A journey through the most beautiful landscapes of the Pyrenees

Mountains, glaciers, parks, valleys, rivers ... All this and much more awaits you if you dare to make a route through the Pyrenees. Would you like to know what are your most beautiful landscapes and enjoy them in an unforgettable adventure? Then join us, we can assure you that what you are going to see is going to love you.

The best landscapes of the Ossian pyrenees

In the province of Huesca, with its protected areas, its ravines and its peaks over 3000 meters high, the Pyrenees invite us to discover them and marvel at their majesty. This is the route we have designed for you:

1. Ordesa and Monte Perdido

Ordesa Valley, Huesca - holbox

It was declared a national park in 1918 and it is also Unesco Biosphere Reserve and World Heritage. With such a presentation you can already imagine that it is one of the most beautiful landscapes that you will find, and not only in the Pyrenees.

It is located in the Sobrarbe region. It has the largest limestone massif in the world, an extension of more than 15,000 hectares and one of the highest waterfalls in all of Europe.

Ordesa and Monte Perdido hides in its four sectors many other spectacular spaces. Highlights include the Añisclo canyon, the Escuaín gorges and the Pineta valley.The mixed forests, beech and ravines will blow your mind.

2. Valle de Hecho and Selva de Oza

Jungle of Oza - Lyd Photography

Without a doubt, it is one of the most beautiful and natural landscapes of the Pyrenees. The valley and the jungle are located within the Natural Park of the Western Valleys, offers many hiking trails, accommodation to enjoy rural tourism and the possibility of practicing canyoning in its gorges.

In the Oza Forest, pine, fir and beech trees are mixed. Surrounded by peaks that almost reach 2,700 meters high and crossed by the Aragón Subordán River, it is a place, ideal to forget everything.

3. Natural Park of the Sierra and the Canyons of Guara

Sierra de Guara - -drd- / Flickr.com

It is part of a section of the Aragonese Pre-Pyrenees. Its main feature is karst relief, which includes several cannons, chasms and caves. Therefore, the ravines and gorges of this park are a fantastic attraction for lovers of adventure sports such as climbing, canyoning or mountain biking.

If you are calmer you can enjoy dozens of hiking trails. As well You can visit medieval villages as beautiful as Aínsa or Alquézar.

4. Bujarelo Valley

Bujarelo - In rouge / Commons. wikimedia.org

It is a beautiful place northwest of the Ordesa Valley, where the Ara River is born. Bujarelo Valley It is very visited by its beautiful waterfalls, its pools and hiking trails that offer spectacular views.

It is accessed by the beautiful town of Torla, which is worth visiting. From it, in addition, you can see another charming valley, that of Ordiso.

"The mountain road, like that of life, is not traveled with the legs but with the heart."

- Andrés Nadal -

5. Benasque Valley

Benasque - The World in HDR

With its privileged location among the highest peaks of the Pyrenees, it houses more than 30 towns and villages located among forests, rivers, mountains and lakes. In winter they cover themselves with snow and form a beautiful postcard.

The most prominent places in Benasque are the Perdiguero, Posets and Aneto peaks, as well as the Aramón-Cerler ski resort (with slopes for all ages). If you go in spring you can practice mountaineering, climbing, canyoning, horse riding, hiking or canoeing, among many other activities.

6. Tena Valley

Tena Valley - Poliki

This Pyrenean valley is crossed by the Galician river from north to south and in its vicinity we can find two large swamps (Bubal and Lanuza). Further, in it you discover beautiful villages of traditional mountain architecture, as Sallent de Gállego, Piedrafita de Jaca or Lanuza.

Other unmissable landscapes of the Pyrenees are the old Canfranc station, the Natural Park of the Western Valleys or the valleys of Pineta and Gistaín. Where do you want to go first?

Video: The most beautiful landscapes in the Pyrenees (April 2020).