Activities

Exclusive itineraries for our valley (Poset Maladeta Natural Park)

Gistaín-Viados

The road begins in Gistaín and ascent coincides with the forest road leading to the shelter. We will enjoy a pleasant trip next to the banks of the river Cinqueta and we will know the old medieval pilgrim hospital.

Es Plans-Tabernés and to the ports

In Tabernés and before reaching Viadós, it can be accessed on foot or by road through a forest track. In turn from Tabernés we can access the Puerta de la Madera and the Puerto de la Pez, old roads that were used to cross to France.

Viadós-Lago de Millares

A route with an initial altitude of 1.740m and runs along the GR-11 facing NE along the banks of Cinqueta river to continue after at a trail on the right and finish at the glacial lake with an altitude of 2.350m.

Viadós-Posets

Hard course that is recommended to do in summer.

Puente de los Pecadores-Puente del Molino

Thematic itinerary goes through the forest with lots of shade, suitable for young hikers. The tour begins at 1 km of San Juan de Plan.

San Juan de Plan-Ibón del Sen

Very hilly path that begins at the Puente de los Pecadores and culminates at 2.350m altitude.

San Juan de Plan-Collado de Sahún

Old road that once connected, until the construction of forest track, Chistau Valley and Benasque Valley. The highest level is reached at 2.225m altitude, allowing the stunning sight of both valleys.

Sin-Collado de la Cruz de Guardia

It is accessible on foot or by road. It is 2.113m above sea level and separates the valleys of Cinqueta and Cinca with stunning views over the Pyrenees.

Saravillo-Basa de la Mora

Accessing to this beautiful glacial lake can be done in two different ways. Walking from Plan and also from Saravillo through the GR-15 that starts at the town square, or by 4×4 along the track beginning at Saravillo and continuing to Lavasar shelter. Once at the shelter you will continue to walk for 30 minutes.

Saravillo-Cotiella

It starts on 4×4 or walking along the forest track leading to the shelter of Santa Isabel. Once there, you advance to the Entremón and after a 4h ascent, we reach the peak which is 2.912m high.

Sin-Salinas de Sin

Road following the GR-11 after the Peña de Sin, by a nice trail and of little difficulty.

Salinas de Sin-Montaña de Tella

Road traveled annually by other neighboring peoples that have long used it to raise cattle to the mountains during summer. Go through the ravine Sarra, the Portillo de Tella with possibility to continue until the reservoir of Pineta, which is already marked as GR-11.

Itineraries for the National Park of Ordesa and Monte Perdido.

Saravillo-Llanos de Larri.

We drive up to Bielsa and the National Parador. The ascent to the Plains of La Larri is one of the shortest and simplest excursions that we can practice in the Valley of Pineta and has sufficient incentives, such as the interpretive trail that will cross beech forest, the Barranco de Larri waterfalls, the Larri extensive meadow and magnificent views of the valley. We can go to the lakes of Munia.

Saravillo-Cañón de Añisclo

We head to the town of Escalona where at the roundabout we shall take the first exit. Quick and easy circular route of about 45 minutes where we will visit the unique hermitage of San Urbez located under a large rock, the impressive medieval bridge of the San Urbez over the Bellos river and waterfalls of Aso river.

 

Saravillo-Tella-Revilla

We drive to the Hospital of Tella, where we take a detour, to the right, direction Tella.

The three hermitages: Pleasant circular walk that allows us to discover three jewels of the architectural heritage of this area of ​​the Pyrenees: the hermitage of Saints John and Paul (XI century), the church of the Virgin of Fajanillas (XII century) and the church of the Virgin of Peña (XVI century). All three are located in the middle of the mountains, in a beautiful natural setting at the gates of the National Park of Ordesa and Monte Perdido. The route begins at the entrance of the village of Tella.

Lookouts of Revilla: Easy travel and highly recommended for family that allows us to enjoy extraordinary views of the Gorges Escuaín from several viewpoints and watch the vultures in their natural habitat. The trail starts from the viewpoints around the small town of Revill

Saravillo-Cola de caballo

We drive up to Torla and then to the prairie of Ordesa (high season from the Torla parking they carry us up by bus, rest of the year you can access in your own car)

From the car park of the prairie of Ordesa we take a very well marked track and that always runs along the right bank of the river Arazas. We go into the woods and after walking for 10 minutes we find a small image of the Virgen del Pilar, where we leave a path leading to the circus Cotatuero.

Little by little we gain altitude to end at, alongside Arripas source, a lookout overthe Arripas waterfall. From here we can return to the car park of Ordesa through a path that runs along the left bank of the river Arazas. If we continue, we see that the beech forest is becoming more lush, while we walk down a narrow valley. Here we will enjoy the magnificent waterfalls, such as the Strait.

By continueing we enter the Forest of Beech. The track becomes a path and meadows begin to take ownership. After passing the Frachinal cave, we reached the Gradas of Soaso. Continue through the valley, already very open, to reach the glacier circus where the waterfall Horsetail falls.

 

Pyrenees of France

Reserve Neuville

From Saravillo to France there are only about 20 minutes apart by car, once we cross the tunnel of Bielsa just few kms away from the village of Fabián where we take the detour to reach the sides of Neuville, 18 km of paved road.

Loudenvielle-Balnea-Genos

Past Saint Lary, towards Arreau we find the turnoff to this valley, reaching the village of Genos with an environment surrounded by mountains we find a lake and a spa center

Gavarnie

It is accessed from the village of Luz. Saint Sauveur, is an area with a lot of concentration of glaciers.

 

Sports Activities

  • Excursions 4 * 4
  • Hunting and Fishing
  • Mycology
  • Ice and rock climbing
  • Caves
  • Downhill Skiing, skiing and snowshoe
  • Hiking
  • Water activities

Museums and interpretation centers in Sobrarbe. 

  • Interpretation Centre Mosén Bruno Fierro. Saravillo
  • Ethnological Museum. San Juan de Plan
  • Museum of the Cave Bear. Tella
  • Electricity Museum. Lafortunada
  • Museum of Traditional Pottery of Aragon.  Morillo de Tou
  • Museum of the Navatas. Laspuña
  • Ethnological and Bag Museum. Bielsa
  • Eco-Museum. Ainsa

SARAVILLO

Traditional village located at 950m above sea level, surrounded by walnut and chestnut trees on the side of the rock Yerga. Before you get into it, you can visit a cheese factory where we can see the process of handmade goat cheese and milk removal in the parlor. Once in the village you can visit the Church of the Assumption of the sixteenth century.

The popular tradition is imbued with a famous character named Monsignor Bruno Fierro. He went on to achieve great popularity throughout life stories in his personal and professional career. You can visit the center of interpretation of this character in the same town.

Also recall that whoever wants to venture into the countryside can climb on road to glacial lake Basa de la Mora, Collado de Santa Isabel and San Miguel

In 1834, Saravillo, which was then written with “b”, formed its own municipality, but in the year 1845, it joined Plan.