Greenish, fruity and bountiful olive oil.


Colungo Rock Art Centre

The Rock Art Centre invites you to take an exciting journey to prehistory in the River Vero Valley, where visitors will discover one of the most important series of caves with prehistoric rock art, declared a UNESCO World Heritage site.


Comarca de Somontano Interpretation Centre – Barbastro

The Comarca de Somontano Interpretation Centre is part of the San Julián historic complex that is home to the Tourist Information Office and the Espacio del Vino museum of the Somontano Denomination of Origin.


Legends and Traditions Interpretation Centre – Adahuesca

The Interpretation Centre is inside the walled area of the former fortress located in the north-western sector of Adahuesca.


Sierra de Guara Interpretation Centre – Bierge

This centre offers a spectacular replica of a typical rock formation in the Sierra de Guara area including life-size reproductions of habitats for the bearded vulture (nest, bone-cracking sites, etc.), wallcreeper, rock thrush, red-billed chough and other birds that nest on the cliffs.


Casa Fabián Ethnological Museum – Alquézar

The town of Alquézar, considered one of the most beautiful in Aragon, is home to an interesting and appealing ethnological museum.


Ruta del Arte Rupestre en el Rio Vero I – Alquézar

This route is a journey through time. We will discover the original settlers of this region, learn of stories and legends from the Middle Ages


River Vero Rock Art Route II – Lecina

The cultural side of the route make it one of constant discovery of history, culture and nature.


Espolón de la Virgen Via Ferrata (Rodellar-Mascún)

Among the many attractions in the village of Rodellar area of Sierra de Guara is the possibility of climbing by way of via ferrata.


River Alcanadre excursion

This itinerary is for an excursion in the River Alcanadre area.


Schematic Rock Art

The schematic rock art covers from the Neolithic to the Age of Metals and was the work of peoples who already knew agriculture and livestock.


Art Rupestre Levantino

Levantine rock art is the expression of the culture and thinking of hunters and gatherers of wild fruits who lived in this mountain range during the post-Paleolithic period until the arrival of agriculture and the domestication of animals in the Neolithic.


(Español) Arte Rupestre Paleolótico

Paleolithic rock art belongs to the most remote artistic manifestations of Humanity. They were executed by groups of hunters and gatherers. His pictorial representations are usually located inside deep caves, where darkness accentuates his magical and enigmatic sense.


Bodega Pirineos

Ctra. Barbastro a Naval, km. 3,5.
22300 BARBASTRO (Huesca) –


Bodega Viñas del Vero

Ctra. Barbastro-Naval, Km. 3,7 . 22300 BARBASTRO (HUESCA) –


Bodegas Lalanne

Torre de San Marcos. 22300 BARBASTRO (Huesca) –


Micología por la Sierra de Sevil – San Pelegrín

The Sierra de Sevil separates the valleys of the Vero River and the Isuala River, which in its upper part is called the Balced or Balcés River.


Sierra Foothills – Adahuesca

This route is recommended to enjoy peacefully some of the beautiful Mediterranean landscapes on Sierra de Guara’s southern slopes.


Pueblos de Piedra – Las Bellostas

The depopulation in the Natural Park of the Sierra and the Canyons of Guara, reaches its maximum expression in this area



The best desserts.


La Cunarda Mycological Route – Colungo

Although remote and off the beaten track, the area covered by this route was one of the most widely travelled between the districts of Sobrarbe and Somontano.


Ruta Pueblos de Leyenda – Rodellar

According to one of the many legends about the Losa Mora Domen, beneath its stones lie the bodies of two lovers, a Moorish king and a beautiful Christian girl.


Oil Mill – Buera

ultivation of olives for oil has for centuries been the base of the domestic economy in many towns and villages located at the foot of the Sierra de Guara range.


Pedruel Bridge Via Ferrata (Rodellar)

A very short beginners’ via ferrata that is an ideal first contact with this mountain activity.



The area’s vineyards have always been small, with wines mainly for consumption by the farmers themselves or for sharing with neighbours. This was the reason why they were of little importance until the district cooperative was formed.



Abiego is an important crossroads for visits to the Somontano de Barbastro district, particularly to the Sierra de Guara range.



Paredes de roca caliza rojiza muy vertical o desplomada donde predominan los pasos largos, explosivos y la continuidad.


Alto Alcanadre – Bara

The water of the Alcanadre river opens its way soon after being born, winding among terraces, small waterfalls and suggestive crystalline gorgas.


Antiguo camino del Vero – Paúles de Sarsa

Tranquility and relaxation will be the predominant notes of this route, because even being within the Natural Park of Guara, the influx of tourism has not massively wounded these places


Ascensión al Cabezo de Guara – Bara

Cabezo or Cabeza de Guara rises in the easternmost part of the central sierra, reaching 1868 meters of altitude.


Ascensión al Tozal de Asba – Betorz

The peak of Asba is the most important in the eastern part of the Sierra de Guara (1431mts), from which the bravest tend to paraglide.


Ascensión Sur al Tozal de Guara – La Tejería

We are facing one of the most emblematic excursions of Guara, the highest point of the Sierra with 2077 meters of altitude.


Barranco de la Pillera – Nocito

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A flowing-water ravine with no need for abseiling. Ideal for initiation or for a day out with the family. Beautiful gorges, siphons, waterfalls, etc.



This route connecting Colungo with one of the most important towns in the Somontano de Barbastro area, Naval, has very steep stretches, both uphill and downhill.


Dolmen de la Losa Mora

Between the abandoned villages of Otín and Nasarre, near Rodellar and heading to the well-known Barranco de Mascún we will arrive to contemplate the great prehistoric stone that is the Dolmen of the Mora Slab.


Entre Pantanos – La Tejería

Bathed by the sun and between the marshes of Calcón and Vadiello, there are some large masses of conglomerate, under those majestic walls rises the Monastery of San Cosme and San Damián.



A flowing-water ravine with abseiling. Combining waterfalls, abseiling, siphons, etc.


Gorgas Negras

A flowing-water ravine with abseiling. You need to be very fit. Long route with cold water. Impressive abseiling surfaces and waterfalls.


Mascún Superior

A flowing-water ravine with abseiling. You need to be very fit. Spectacularly beautiful, dries out in summer. Believed by many to be the best descent in the area.


Natural I – Radiquero – Las Almunias de Rodellar

The route ascends parallel to the narrows by its orographic left, to descend in the final section of the dark ones, to cross the channel and to go to the valley of Rodellar.


Natural II – Las Almunias de Rodellar – Salto de Bierge

The excursion that we propose, is part of a large project, which tries to join several paths and convert the route into a GR. that runs the entire length of the saw.


Oscuros de Balcés

A flowing-water ravine with abseiling. One of the most beautiful ravines.


Peñas Juntas (Bierge)

Among the many attractions in the village of Rodellar area of Sierra de Guara is the possibility of climbing by way of via ferrata.


Peonera Inferior

A flowing-water ravine with no need for abseiling. A fun and spectacular descent with water, waterfalls, siphons, rapids and down-climbing, among others.



Even from higher up you can begin to observe different species



The Rodellar climbing area offers more than 400 routes in 35 sectors for all climbing styles. All the sectors are easily reached on foot from Rodellar.


Ruta Sierreta de Arbe – Bárcabo

The Sierra de Arbe marks the geographical divide between the regions of Somontano and Sobrarbe. The name Sorbrarbe may come from “sobre el monte Arbe”


Salto Roldán

From there you can observe griffon vultures, Egyptian vultures, short-toed eagles, booted eagles and a colony of red-billed choughs, besides a spectacular view of the Hoya de Huesca district.


San Martín de la Val D’ Onsera – S. Julián de Banzo

(Español) La iglesia rupestre de san Martín, según algunos autores, podría tener orígenes visigodos, pero la realidad es que los primeros documentos que la nombran son de 1075.


Sierra del Águila – Sta Eulalia de la Peña

The Pico del Águila is a great viewpoint. The Sierreta del Águila, between ascents and descents, ends descending until Santa Eulalia de la Peña. The Pico del Águila is a great viewpoint. The Sierreta del Águila, between ascents and descents, ends down to Santa Eulalia de la Peña.



Pink Barbastro tomatoes are in fashion, and that’s because the Asociación de Hortelanos de Barbastro (Barbastro Market Gardeners’ Association) has applied to the Government of Aragon for protection and marketing of this form of produce through the C for Food Quality (Calial) label.



The sheer walls of the Mallos de Vadiello rock formations are a haven for birds that nest among the rocks, making it easy to observe bearded vultures, griffon vultures and Egyptian vultures.



A flowing-water ravine with no need for abseiling. One of the most popular descents in Sierra de Guara owing to the beauty of the landscape, with water, rock and light…

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