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Ansó

Ansó

Walk slowly the cobblestoned alleys and feel time stop
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In the western Aragonese Pyrenees, this typical high mountain hamlet will surprise you in its beauty and good condition, being its old part declared Historic-Artistic Heritage.

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Walk down its narrow streets made of Stone and gaze the beautiful traditional houses, unaware of time going by. Located near the border to Navarre, this typical village from the Pyrenees will blow you away with its beauty and an old part in perfect condition, declared Historic-Artistic Heritage.

The hermitage of Santa Bárbara hosts a museum devoted to Ansotan typical dresses. In particular, one of the most special days in Ansó is the Ansotan Typical Dress celebration. Declared as of National Touristic Interest, it is usually held in the last Sunday of August. Ansotans, wise in preserving their traditions, open their trunks to show off its nice traditional dresses put away the rest of the year.

Close from Ansó, enjoy the spectacular Zuriza valley, perfect destination for nature and mountain sports enthusiasts, and Foces de Fago y Biniés, a Protected Landscape. Visit the amazing monastery in Siresa, a real jewel in religious architecture.

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