• Torla
  • Torla
  • Torla
  • Torla


Torla “a charming village”

Charming town located north of Huesca (Spain), bordering France, but not connected by road with her. Capital is 100 km Huesca.

It is the gateway to the Ordesa Valley, p, and the Valle de Broto. With a unique setting.

Typical population of Alto Aragon Pyrenees, where the Mondarruebo be seen.

It has beautiful places and period houses built of stone, double bow and coats of arms in the facades.

And a restored sixteenth century parish church in late Gothic style with Romanesque doorway.

Until a few years ago that Torla opened to tourism, their livelihood was livestock smuggling and the black market or the years 40-50.


The National Park of Ordesa and
Monte Perdido

It is located in the Pyrenees of Huesca, entirely in the Shire Sobarbe, Huesca (Aragon, Spain).

Its area covers 15,608 ha and peripheral protection area has been 19769. Its altitude ranges from 700 m in the river Bellós and 3355 m in Monte Perdido.

It is the second oldest national park in Spain, and it has different protection; Biosphere Reserve, Special Protection Area for Birds in 1997 Heritage Site declared by UNESCO. It is also a Site of Community Importance.

The topography of the park is dominated by the massive Three Sorores or Treserols, one of the largest limestone moles of Spain.

Its highest point is the Monte Perdido, which in a more or less radially down a series of mountain peaks and glacial valleys.

The Ordesa Valley is the most iconic, is Arazas tour of the river, but also highlight the Añisclo Canyon, the Gorges of Escuaín, and the Valley of Pineta. To the west lies the Valley Bujaruelo, belongs to the National Park but is also a place to stand.


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