Real Posada de Liena
Real Posada De Liena
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- Murillo de Gallego

- Rio Gallegos

That can be traced back from the road bed of the gunpoint Gállego between the dam and Murillo de la Peña, Culebra five kilometers formidable foldings of limestone, along with some white water, green turquoise, which attract every year 90,000 fans rafting.

- Mall of Riglos

- Agüero and Mallos 

Perhaps this is the most beautiful village in the Kingdom, with two steep streets and Romanesque churches: the parish of San Salvador and Santiago, which is half hidden in the outskirts of town and curiously devoid of craft, ie, was inconclusive, but noted for the cruise and its three apses inside.

- Riglos 

At the foot of Mallos where we can make a circular route to the dam of the Rock, even if you want to use the train as a vehicle access route to the split in the Rock, making it shorter and more comfortable.

Mirador de-vultures 

It lies on the route Castle Sarsamarcuello and offers a superb aerial view of the Mallos Riglos plus an ornithological observatory from which you can Spy wheezing of hawks, eagles, eaglets, kites, griffon vultures and hawks, the Cantilo in which form the largest colony of the Aragonese Pyrenees. You can also catarse a vulture, and with a little luck, the lone pair of vultures that nest in Rueben Pena, across the Rio Gallego.

-Chapel of Our Lady of Peña de Aniés, hung inthe monitor rocks the town


With its palace of the Marquises of Urriés the fifteenth century, the clock tower of the eighteenth and restaurants and bakeries of high quality.

-Sierra de Santo Domingo 

Mountain area of totally unspoiled and real estate boom that has huge areas of scenic beauty and places of cultural and historical, with many routes for walkers and mountain bike excursions. Ideal to be reunited with pure nature, with no movement of vehicles or people.

-Cascada-San Felices

-Embalse de la Peña, and the Sotonera 

In the reservoir of the Sotonera we can route the Manzanilla and the Cranes. Large tracts of land are full of this plant looks very similar to the daisy. It also serves as a stopping place for the migration of birds northwards in spring and southward in autumn, especially for. During the year there are many varieties that can be observed Anatidae. Some are nesting, others are winter and others are sedentary. Therefore, it is easy to see somormujos, cormorants, common Focha, golden eagle, owls, herons and bitterns, ducks, Serret, Rascon and chicks, snipe, avocets and cigüeñuela, curlews, and gulls needles. In the Hotel, customers are schematic maps for 4 different routes that can be done by car, bicycle, motorcycle, horseback and on foot. All itineraries can be followed by one day after visiting the sites of interpretation and observation.


Embalse de la sotonera 

-Jaca (25 minutes)

With its stunning street and its citadel, built by Philip II in the XVI, as a defense of the French threat, and its cathedral, Romanesque seo first at which the peninsula for its three naves with supports alternating between pillars and columns composed free and the great western home, with half-point archivolts baquetón sharp edge and supported by columns and jambs respectively. An eardrum is embellished with two lions flanking door crismón or a monogram of Christ.

-Huesca (20 minutes) 

The Provincial Museum, with pieces ranging from the prehistoric period to carvings of the Middle Ages, with the remains of the ancient Roman necropolis of Fantova Coscujuela objects and Iberian origin. It also has a collection of paintings from the XV and XX, which include all tables and Gothic paintings, lithographs of the "Bulls of Bordeaux" Goya and the complete works of Ramón Acín. The building of the former Royal Palace, the museum annex, used as a temporary exhibit. 

The Cathedral, the remains of the mosque Misla, located in the old town, was built between the XIII and XVI. Jaime I, construction began on the remains of this mosque, at the end of the thirteenth century. Its style is Gothic and has three naves with side chapels. In the cover can be seen carved in stone the figures of the apostles. The altarpiece, impressive Forment Damián.

Moreover, for its Murallas Arab, Tower of Amparo, church and convent of San Miguel, the Church of San Pedro el Viejo. It was founded as a Benedictine monastery at the end of the eleventh century. Its main door is in the Romanesque style. The interior has three naves and a transept with three apses. The seating is its Gothic choir. But without doubt, beyond the whole, its Romanesque cloister. In this church, declared a National Monument in 1886, are the tombs of the kings Alfonso I the Battler and Ramiro II the Monk. 

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