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Top Choice Monastery in Santa Cruz de la Serós

Monasterio de San Juan de la Peña

The two monasteries of San Juan de la Peña sit high on the rocky Sierra de la Peña above Santa Cruz de la Serós village. A fire in 1675 led the monks to abandon the original 10th-century Monasterio Viejo and build a…
Top Choice Church in Huesca

Iglesia de San Pedro El Viejo

The church of San Pedro is one of the oldest and most important Romanesque structures in Spain, dating from the early 12th century. It's particularly notable for its hexagonal tower, its open cloister adorned with 3…
Top Choice Contemporary Spanish in Aínsa

Restaurante Callizo

Callizo succeeds in marrying Aragonese tradition with modern gastronomic theatre and the result is not just a meal but a true eating experience. Dishes include Río Cinca trout, partridge and veal tournedos, all in i…
Top Choice Tapas in Jaca

La Tasca de Ana

One of Aragón's best tapas bars – hence the crowds – La Tasca has tempting options lined up along the bar, more choices cooked to order and a well-priced list of local wines. Check out its tapas mas solicitados (mos…
Top Choice Aragonese in Alquézar

Casa Pardina

A very special restaurant where the food exudes contemporary creativity and the setting is all soothing stonework, twinkling chandeliers and views that could have sprung from the pages of National Geographic. The me…
Top Choice Tapas in Jaca

La Terapia

Lively Terapia offers varied options for different appetites – traditional tapas or raciones of croquettes, ham, sausages or seafood, a variety of salads, fried fish, Argentine meat grills – but arguably the stars o…
Top Choice Museum in Jaca

Museo Diocesano

Jaca’s excellent Museo Diocesano (set in rooms surrounding the cathedral cloister and accessed from inside the cathedral) is a kind of mini equivalent of Barcelona’s Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya. Its speciality…
Top Choice Tapas in Huesca

Tatau Bistro

This hugely popular central gastro-bar has a unique style with besuited staff, 1950s-inspired decor with framed pin-ups and posters, and tapas-bar-style seating at a few tables or along the bar. The seasonally chang…
Top Choice Aragonese in Hecho

Restaurante Gaby

The restaurant in Casa Blasquico is a delightful place to eat, with an intimate wood-beamed dining room plus a small outside terrace overlooking a cobbled plaza. It offers uncomplicated mountain fare with top-class …
Top Choice Plaza in Aínsa

Plaza Mayor

Old Aínsa's broad, cobbled main plaza, 80m long and lined by handsome stone arcades and houses, is one of Spain's loveliest. It was created as a market place and fairground back in the 12th and 13th centuries and th…