The region of Aragon is comprised of the provinces of Huesca, Zaragon, and Teruel. It lies mainly within the Ebro Basin, is an area rich in history and culture. It is also known for being one of the main bull breeding regions in Spain.
Dehesa del Moncayo
The richly wooded mountain region of Dehesa del Moncayo, lying between 800m/2,625ft and 2,300m/7,500ft, is the home of many species of birds - larks, cuckoos, coal tits, great tits and various birds of prey, including golden eagles, hawks and a colony of griffon vultures.This area contains the highest peak on the Iberian Peninsula.
At the head of the Tena Valley is the town of Sallent de Gallego from which several walking paths begin. The Route of El Serrablo is a popular trail within the Tena Valley. Also of interest in the valley are the towns of Tramacastilla de Tena, Panticosa, and Biescas.
The El Serrablo Route in the Tena Valley is a beautiful area wonderful mountain scenery and quaint towns. Several Mozarabic churches blend perfectly into this remote Aragonese valley. Some of the towns of interest in this area include Biescas, Piedrafita, Hoz de Jaca, and Tramacastilla.
Castillo de Larrés - Larrés Drawing Museum
The Castillo de Larrés in the Tena Valley features a unique drawing museum with works by 20th C artists. The Larres Drawing Museum is one of the main stops on a tour of the valley.
Anso and Echo Valleys
Several villages of great interest are to be found in the valleys of Anso and Echo. Much of the architecture of Anso is comprised of old stone homes. The main access point for the valleys is the town of Huesca.
The lovely village of Echo in the Echo Valley has many fascinating styles of architecture and narrow streets that give it a unique character. The surrounding scenery is beautiful.
Monastery of San Pedro, Siresa
Located in the Anso Valley, Siresa is a quaint hillside town with traditional architecture and beautiful views of the surrounding countryside. However, the main highlight in Siresa is the Romanesque Monastery of San Pedro.
A beautiful landscape of meadows, mountain peaks and beech woods makes Oza Forest an ideal place for nature lovers.