Aragon Holiday Index
Local Area Vacations things to do places to stay plus fishing and Wellness Spas camping sites around the Aragon area of Spain. Extra Interesting facts about the Aragon area in Spain
Camping Lago Barasona Aragon area.
Both sides of the Pyrenees are popular spots for camping and mountaineering. Here is Camping info for this area.
Nice relaxing holiday Bungalows and Cabins.
Giant-Carpe Arag0n area,
Ebro Fishing Holidays for Catfish, Carp and Zander. The Mequinenza Reservoir.
CLICK PHOTO for the Local Hotels and Guest Houses in Caspe area.
Balneario de Panticosa Thermal Spa in the Province of Huesca.
First achieved acclaim in the heyday of the 19th century when visitors, many of whom were from Spanish aristocracy.
Aragon’s area information.
Alhama de Aragon is a spa town located in the province of Zaragoza, Spain, situated on the river Jalon.
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LA MARINA INFO
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Aragonese cuisine, like much of Spanish cuisine, has inherited its flavour from the different cultures that have one time or another resided there.
The main style of dish is a stew, which vary dependent on the area that they are prepared in, Lamb is frequently used, as are vegetables typical of the region.
Haricot beans, onions, asparagus and chestnuts, And from the River Ebro comes other typical dish ingredients, including Trout, Eel and even frog.
Northeast Catalonia, Arag0n, Andorra, Map.
Michelin Spain: Northeast Catalonia, Arag0n, Andorra, Map 574 (Maps/Regional (Michelin).
You should never travel without a good local map, just in case.
Most beautiful village in Spain? | Alquézar (Aragón)
Today we take a tour of one of Spain’s most beautiful village, Alquézar, in Aragón.
This beautiful medieval village was once a fortress in the IX century that has since been turned into a collegiate church.
We’ll visit the historic centre and take a tour of the Collegiate Church dedicated to the Virgin Mary. I hope you enjoy!🏰
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Spain Travel Guide – Tour the Architecture of the area.
The region comprises of three provinces: Huesca – its capital, Zaragoza and Tereul.
The north province of Huesca borders the frontiers of France and is located in the mountainous range of the Pyrenees.
Within Spain the community borders Catalonia to the east, Valencia to the south and Castillo and Leon, La Rioja and Navarro to the west.
The Aragonese population is just over 1 .25 million, with 50% of these living in the capital city of Zaragoza.
This community, bordering on France with the Pyrenees, is of particular interest for its outstanding mountainous landscapes.
With glacier lakes and several natural preserves where you still may observe animals which have been extincted in many other regions of Europe long ago.
And in total contrast is the plain Ebro valley, which is limited by the mountain range Moncayo, in the east.
When you are crossing Aragon’s three provinces, Zaragoza, Huesca and Teruel, with many monumental towns, the splendor of the old Kingdom of Aragon, one of the centers of Spanish culture in medieval times, comes alive again.
The mountain ranges offer great possibilities for winter sports, and during the warm season you may explore this almost virginal natural paradise as well as the region’s celebrated gastronomy, artisany and folklore.
Spa Towns Index Hot Springs in Spain now come and relax
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Finally Spain info also lists the Local Hot Water Spas many of them dating back to Roman times.
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Spain Info, Aragon San Francisco De Asis, Urb La Marina, San Fulgencio, 03177, Alicante, Spain.
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