Chistau valley is surrounded by impressive peaks, numerous mountain lakes or ‘ibons’ and massive steep fields where the cattle grazes.
Plan, San Juan de Plan, Gistaín and Tella-Sin are the bucolic villages forming this valley, with their Stone houses, steep alleys and picturesque corners looking at mountain views.
Along with their traditional architecture, these villages have managed to preserve carnivals, St. John’s fires and popular craftwork and dressing.
A valley offering not only trekking paths for everyone, climbing to frozen ‘ibons’ and mythic peaks like Posets and Bachimala, but also the pleasure of slow travelling, off the beaten track.
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What to see near
The village is located where rivers Ara and Cinca come together, under Peña Montañesa gazing
It is one of the most spectacular sceneries in Aragón, a deep gorge sculpted for centuries by the intense erosion…
It is one of the four valleys hosted by Ordesa and Monte Perdido National Park, and one of the most…
It is one of the most unknown valleys in Ordesa and Monte Perdido National Park, but not less beautiful though