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Hoz de Jaca , Aragon, Pyrenees
  • 5
  • 2
  • 95 m²
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  • 3
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Isábena (La Puebla de Roda) , Aragon, Pyrenees
  • 3
  • 2
  • 18 m²
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  • 6
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Fonz (Cofita) , Aragon, Pyrenees
  • 10
  • 5
  • 250 m²
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Gúdar , Aragon
  • 4
  • 2
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Anciles , Aragon, Pyrenees
  • 4
  • 2
  • 65 m²
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Gúdar , Aragon
  • 4
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Isábena (La Puebla de Roda) , Aragon, Pyrenees
  • 5
  • 2
  • 32 m²
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Aragon

Book a holiday in Aragon and get to know a part of Spain that has not yet been discovered by mass tourism! Aragon is the hinterland of northern Spain. Holiday homes in Aragón are very quiet and the area is very diverse; delicious cuisine, beautiful mountain areas, many vineyards, a rugged coast and a fertile hinterland, something for everyone. There is plenty to do for the sportive holidaymaker too. You can go kayaking, cross-country skiing, skiing, hiking and mountain climbing.

Holiday homes between the mountains of Aragon

It is mountainous in the north of Aragon, where the Pyrenees begin. The highest peaks reach over 3400m! The view is breathtaking. For winter sports enthusiasts, the Pyrenees is an excellent area to visit. From your holiday home in the Pyrenees, you can enjoy a wonderful skiing holiday. In addition to the Pyrenees, there are two other mountain ranges in Aragón, the Sierra de la Demanda (with a summit of 2000m) and the Sierra de Cameros. You can make wonderful hikes in these mountains, and in winter you can ski too.Further south, the landscape consists mainly of rolling green hills, beautiful forests and vast plains.

Historic cities in Aragon

From your holiday home in Aragón, you can visit the historic pilgrimage route with several Romanesque memories of the old route to Santiago de Compostela. For example, you will find the beautiful monasteries of Monasterio de Leyre and Sanctuario de San Miguel de Excelsis. Or visit one of the most beautiful remains of the pilgrimage route, the Monasterio de San Juan de la Peña, located near the town of Jaca.

From your holiday home in Aragón, discover the fascinating cities and towns in the area. The historic centre of Zaragoza has a beautiful boulevard, cosy squares, and a Roman forum. The Moorish Aljafería Palace is without a doubt the most beautiful monument in the city. The so-called Mudéjar towns are known for their beautifully decorated buildings with ceramics. An example of this is Daroca, a beautiful town with an old castle. A lovely walk through the narrow streets or along the city wall of this city is definitely worth it. The city of Tudela has a beautiful old Moorish quarter with winding narrow alleys, and a beautiful cathedral. Pamplona has become famous for the Sanfermines festival, or the Bull Run. The city welcomes hundreds of thousands of visitors every year, and despite its centuries-old existence, exudes a young and lively atmosphere. In the west of the region, on the river Ebro, lies Logroño. The city has lovely sights such as a pilgrimage fountain, a church, a cathedral, a museum and an art-deco market square. Relive history from a holiday home in Aragon.

Cultural and culinary enjoyment from your holiday home in Aragon

Discover the Rioja wine, a delicious local product during your holiday in Aragón. A visit to this area offers the perfect opportunity to taste this world-famous wine. The taste of the wine is fully appreciated at one of the pleasant wineries. There are also many castles, royal palaces and other monuments.

Some tips for a day out:

  • The Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao;
  • The beautiful castle of Olite;
  • Orreaga, a mountain route through the Pyrenees, where many pilgrims have walked and are still walking towards Santiago de Compostela;
  • Bardenas Reales, a desert-like region;
  • Rioja Baja, a fertile area with many fruit farms with Roman remains and the largest number of fossil footprints of Dinosaurs in Europe;
  • The town of Huesca, with a beautiful old town, situated on a hill;
  • Aínsa, a charming old town, situated on the rocks;
  • Albarracín, a town that has been declared a national monument, with its medieval streets, ramparts and museum;
  • The town of Jaca, located at an altitude of 800m, is quite tourist oriented and a base for winter sports enthusiasts in the Pyrenees;
  • Monasterio de Piedra, where you can visit beautiful waterfalls.

Be one of the first to discover this still unknown region, based in a holiday home in Aragon!

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