Tradition and Culture

Geopark of Sobrarbe

A Geopark is a territory with a unique geological heritage that has a strategy for its sustainable development. The Geoparks constitute a voluntary association of free cooperation sponsored by UNESCO. Since September 2006, the Sobrarbe has been part of this association. The Sobrarbe region is characterized by a great diversity of land and geological structures.


Towns and Monuments

The Architectural Heritage of the Ordesa National Park is very extensive, being able to find from Megalithic constructions, such as Tella Dolmen, to beautiful Medieval Villas, such as Oto, Ainsa, Abizanda ... The Romanesque was also very widespread in the area , You can find Jewels of the Lombard Period as Wall of Roda, Toledo de la Nata, Santa María de Ainsa or The Route of the 4 Hermitages of Tella.
And, of course, the Popular Architecture that disseminates of Caserones de Piedra the abundant small towns of the Region, some of them abandoned by the construction of Marshes, like Jánovas, Lavelilla and Lacort.

Traditions and Festivals

In the region of Sobrarbe you can witness various traditions and festivals throughout the year:

  • Festivities and Pilgrimages
  • Fairs: Livestock Fair in Broto, Ainsa Fair, Expoferia, Pyrenean Fair of Les Luthiers
  • Carnivals: Torla, Broto, Bielsa, La Fueva
  • Festivities and Pilgrimages
  • Palotiaus
  • Descent of Navatas by the Cinca River
  • The Morisma in Ainsa

 Link: TurismoSobrarbe

Cultural agenda

Sobrarbe also has an extensive network of exhibition spaces and museums, where you can learn about local customs and traditions, as well as an interesting Cultural Calendar, where festivals such as the one at Ainsa Castle, the Luthieres Fair "Conspiremus", the Ethnographic Documentaries "Espiello" and Local Festivals. To be informed of the dates and events, you can check our facebook page.

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Ordesa National Park and surroundings

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