Aragon has been the site of incredible historical events throughout the history of Spain; rent one of the comfortable self catering Aragon holiday apartments or other rental properties available for booking and learn all about it first-hand. If you have enough time, for example if you stay for a week or so, you should definitely discover some of the surrounding area too, as San Sebastian in the Basque Country, the second largest Spanish city of Barcelona in Catalonia and the Huesca province aren't far away.
Favourite Destinations (Aragón)
For lovers of outdoor sports - Aragon holidays
In fact, there is so much to explore here that one could easily get lost in Aragon for weeks, visiting each of the tiny, quaint little villages – every one of them overflowing with a wealth of undiscovered stories, breathtaking castles, unbelievable architectural constructions, and a cool, forgiving climate in this region that is ideal for outdoor sports and active pursuits. This location also houses the highest mountain in the Pyrenees, the Aneto, and you can hike along mountains such as the Perdiguero Peak on the French-Spanish border, and take in the views of the mountain tops and of Portillon Lake which lies at its foot. Those who travel here and choose to book lettings such as a holiday apartment in Aragon or a holiday home, villa or cottage, will not be disappointed considering all that Aragon has to offer. From castles to valleys with waterfalls and medieval towns, easily accessible from Aragon holiday rentals, this unique region has it all. Choose a holiday house with a swimming pool for that extra bit of luxury, or if you want to go to the beach, travel across the border to Aquitaine in France, or to the Basque Country which is also close by.
Don't forget to travel to Zaragoza - An exciting city
Start out your tour of Aragon in Zaragoza, the city which is by far the most well known of the region. In this town, one of the prime architectural, religious and historical attractions is the Cathedral, also known as the Basilica del Pilar. Like many religious monuments in Spain, this cathedral tells the tale of prolific reinvention over the course of centuries that experienced the changing laws and beliefs of the land. Especially spectacular at night, stand on the banks of the river Ebro for a perfect photo opportunity and to admire the view of the flowing river with the relfection of the lit-up bridge twinkling on the clear water's surface and the towers of the basilica as a backdrop. The two lesser-known cities of Aragon are Teruel and Huesca, and they remain virtually undiscovered. Because these cities are less frequented by tourists than Zaragoza, travellers will find a local populace that is extremely kind and friendly and will be sure to make you feel welcome if stay in a rental property here.