Parador de Bielsa

Description

Located in the spectacular and wild Ordesa National Park, under the slopes of Monte Perdido this cosy and welcoming Parador exudes an air of warm hospitality, making it an ideal destination for those wishing to get away from it all. Built somewhat in the style of a stone mountain refuge, but on a larger and more luxurious scale, the Parador has an extensive balcony on which guests may dine while enjoying unsurpassed mountain views, while many of the bedrooms share these wonderful views. This is also an ideal environment for those interested in sports and outdoor activities, the rivers providing a paradise for fans of canyoning and canyon rappelling with the mountain biking or hiking trails also an excellent choice.

How To Arrive

From Madrid, Aragón and Catalonia, Bielsa is 135 km from Huesca via Barbastro. At Barbastro, take the N-123 in the direction of El Grado and then the A-138. After 50 km, you will come to Aínsa. From there, follow the road to France for 34 km and in Bielsa town take the signs for the Parador (14 km).

Location

The Parador is located about 14 km from the town centre, at the foot of Mount Perdido, close to the entrance to the Ordesa and Monte Perdido National Park and offers nature in its purest form. The rivers make their way through rocky gorges, providing a paradise for fans of canyoning, canyon rappelling, mountain biking or hiking and hill walking. The scenery along the Cinca River waterfall trail and the trail to Lake Marboré is nothing short of spectacular.

Amenities

  • Bar
  • Restaurant
  • Garden
  • Playground
  • Car parking
  • wi-fi

Activities

  • Bielsa – Photographic and Ethnological Museum 14 km
  • Romanesque routes in the province of Huesca – Tella 34 km
  • Bestue 48 km
  • Fanlo 56 km
  • Valleys of Gisain and Plan 40 km

Nearest Paradores

  • Parador de Vielha 135 km
  • Parador de Arties 142 km
  • Parador de Sos de Rey Catolico 178 km

Room Types & Prices

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