There are countless activities and sports to practise in this magic region of the Aragonese Pyrenees.
Let us suggest some of them:
Art and Culture:
Come and learn about the culture and history of this Valley, visiting its villages, churches and museums of Romanesque-Lombard architectural style.
Canoeing and Rafting:
to practise either in reservoirs, lakes or in rough waters, for a more exciting experience.
Leaps, rappelling, straits and ravines, slides…
Climbing and Mountaineering:
If you like challenges, here you will find the highest mountains of the Pyrenees and Spain’s longest Vía Ferrata.
to practise in any of the countless high mountain lakes.
Castejón de Sos is the main Flying Centre in Spain. There are several ways you can fly over the Benasque Vally: tandem, paragliding, light aircraft…
Horseback riding trips:
perfect to discover the most hidden mountain spots, going along paths or through the impressive high mountain forests.
The N260 axis of the Pyrenees is located quite near our rural home and there you will find the Trans-Pyrenean road. An amazing journey linking the Mediterranean and the Cantabrian Seas.Also since August 2015,
You can visit our private collection DUCATI. SEVEN unique motorcycles in the world, in a vintage environment.
Motorcyclist secured environment. Do not miss it.
If you are fond of this sport, this area offers a fascinating experience going through its beautiful spots, paths and impressive descending routes very near our house.
if you are fond of mycology and enjoy filling your basket with mushrooms, you will be able to do it any weekend of the year in the Aragonese Pyrenees.
There are several options: ski slopes in Cerler, for downhill skiing, and those in Llanos del Hospital or Boí Taüll resort on the other side of the valley, to practise cross-country skiing.
Traditions and Festivals:
Getting to know the Benasque Valley through its traditions and festivals would be another way to experience the Aragonese Pyrenees. The Annual Festival of Renanué is celebrated on December 26th, Saint Esteban. Don’t miss it!
You may go through valleys, exploring the many PR and GR paths while admiring the ravines, lakes and beautiful tarns. You will love losing yourself along the pathways which, in ancient times, linked villages, finding yellow poppies along the way or making out a golden eagle.