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Our hotel is comfortable and many of the guest rooms offer beautiful views of the mountains and river. Wood is an ever-present element, providing the sensation of seclusion and warmth, enhanced by the fire in the fireplace. This is an idyllic environment offering a wide range of sports activities. It is ideal for excursions, but is also the perfect setting for a romantic mountain getaway or to experience Carnival in Bielsa, a fascinating festival that has preserved pre-Christian rituals almost intact.

This mountain village is truly beautiful. Its country houses and treasures such as the Romanesque Nuestra Señora de Pineta Chapel make the old quarter a real delight. By the Parador there is an entrance to Ordesa y Monte Perdido National Park, which has been declared a World Heritage Site. It is a treasure chest of spectacular craggy peaks, beautiful waterfalls, fairytale pine woods and an eternal white blanket on the mountain tops.

Nature in its purest form offers a number of options for sports. The rivers make their way through rocky gorges, providing a paradise for fans of canyoning and canyon rappelling. Mountain biking or hiking trails are also sure to seem an excellent choice. The scenery along the Cinca River waterfall trail and the trail to Lake Marboré is spectacular.

Here, each season of the year paints a different canvas: green, gold, red, white ... all of them equally spectacular, none of them forgettable. Postcard perfect views will remain in your mind's eye, along with pleasant memories of the Parador de Bielsa.

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This mountain village is truly beautiful. Its country houses and treasures such as the Romanesque Nuestra Señora de Pineta Chapel make the old quarter a real delight. Close to the Parador there is an entrance to Ordesa y Monte Perdido National Park, which has been declared a World Heritage Site. It is a treasure trove of spectacular craggy peaks, beautiful waterfalls, fairytale pine woods and mountain tops blanketed in white year round.

This is nature at its purest, offering a number of options for sporting activities. The rivers wend their way through rocky gorges, providing a paradise for fans of canyoning and canyon rappelling. Trails for mountain biking or hiking are also sure to seem an excellent choice. The scenery along the Cinca River waterfall trail and the trail to Lake Marboré is spectacular.

General data about parador hostel
Parador hotel Parador de Bielsa Stars 3
Capacity 80 Places Styles modern style
Director José María Martínez de Mur Chef José Antonio Bernad Gistau
Address Valle de Pineta, s/n
Autonomous community Aragón Province Huesca
Town Bielsa Postcode 22350
Latitude 42.680542 Longitude 0.084972
Telephone +34 974501011 Fax +34 974501188
Email bielsa@parador.es
Distance to airport 220 Km.
Distance to the port 300 Km.
Distance to train 118 Km.
Services offered by the parador hostel
Bicycle Rental satellite dish
elevator bar
safe heating
foreign exchange Canal+
conferences and meetings breakfast
handicapped facilities garden
laundry mini-bar
no animals parking
playground restaurant
game room hairdryer in guest rooms
credit cards telephone in guest rooms
shop TV in guest rooms
wi-fi wifi in common areas
children's play area  
Activities offered by the parador hostel
Balneotherapy Canyoning
Bicycling Mountain biking
Hunting Adventure sports
Skiing Downhill skiing
Cross-country skiing Excursions to nature reserves
Mountaineering Swimming
Paragliding Trout fishing
River fishing Bungee-jumping
Rappelling Snowshoeing
Horseback trail rides Nature tours
Ecology tours 4X4 routes
Hiking Hiking
4x4 vehicles Winery tours

The restaurant can seat up to 80 people and is decorated with wood floors and beams and wrought iron lamps. It sets the standard for gastronomy in the region with a well-designed menu and traditional dishes prepared using high quality ingredients. Highlights include Aragonese suckling lamb, Teruel D.O. ham, pink tomatoes from Barbastro and oven bread from Labuerda.

Exquisite preparation of local products yields simple yet delicious dishes, including migas aragonesas (Aragón-style fried breadcrumbs), Cinca River trout a lo fino (with potatoes and pickles in a white wine sauce), roast suckling lamb, wild boar stews and teresicas (cream filled fritters).

Information on the halls
Number of halls 1
Minimum capacity of halls 30
Maximum capacity of halls 80
How to get there?

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 international highway to France for 34 km.

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