At the confluence of the rivers Ara and Cinca, lies the medieval town of Aínsa, declared a Historic-Artistic Site in the early 1970.


Strategic location

Its strategic location, in the heart of the Aragonese Pyrenees, between France, the Ordesa and Monte Perdido National Park, the Pineta Valley, the Sierra de Guara and the Benasque Valley, makes this legendary territory stand out for its great natural and scenic wealth, together with the important cultural vestiges such as churches and medieval castles that man has left with the passing of time.

Aínsa has all the services and an interesting tourist and commercial offer. The town is made up of two clearly differentiated nuclei, the commercial and modern part that arose around the crossroads and the medieval old quarter. We suggest that you spend a full day in the town of Aínsa, complementing the more cultural visit to the historic quarter with an excursion or walk around the town. Its strategic location will allow you to contemplate from any of the choices a wonderful view of part of this territory.


Let us advise you

Day in Ainsa: Visit to the historic centre of Ainsa. You should not miss the collegiate church of Santa María, the cloister, the crypt and the castle. Enjoy the panoramic views from the balcony of the Plaza San Salvador, as well as from the walls of the castle, stroll through the cobbled streets of the town and its imposing Plaza Mayor and finally let yourself be carried away by the history told in a different way with the dramatised guide service offered by Las Encantarias.