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Ordesa and Monte Perdido National Park



  • Forest in the Ordesa and Monte Perdido National Park. Huesca

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Ordesa and Monte Perdido National Park


Ordesa and Monte Perdido National Park


Location and municipalities

Location

It is located in the province of Huesca (Aragón) in the north of the interior of Spain.  

Municipalities

Huesca (Aragón)

Bielsa, Fanlo, Broto, Puértolas, Tella-Sin, Torla


Ordesa and Monte Perdido National Park


Ordesa and Monte Perdido National Park


Escuaín Information Point


Visitor centres

Location

C/ Única, s/n.
Escuaín, Puértolas (Huesca)

Contact details

  • [www.mapama.gob.es/es/red-parques-nacionales/nuestros-parques/ordesa/guia-visitante/piescuain.aspx]
  • ordesa@mma.es

Timetables

From Oct 20 to Dec 01
Public holidays and [Weekend]
09:00 to 14:30
15:00 to 19:00

Escalona Information Point


Visitor centres

Location

Calle Mayor s/n.
Escalona, Puértolas (Huesca)

Contact details

  • Tel: +34 974505131
  • [http://www.magrama.gob.es/es/red-parques-nacionales/nuestros-parques/ordesa/guia-visitante/piescalona.aspx]

Timetables

From Jun 01 to Oct 30
Monday to Sunday
08:00 to 15:00
16:15 to 19:00



From Oct 31 to May 31
Monday to Friday
08:00 to 15:00


Public holidays and [Weekend]
Public holidays
09:00 to 14:00
15:15 to 18:00

Casa Larraga Information Point


Visitor centres

Location

Plaza Mayor, s/n.
Bielsa (Huesca)

Contact details

  • Tel: +34 974501043
  • [www.mapama.gob.es/es/red-parques-nacionales/nuestros-parques/ordesa/guia-visitante/casa-larraga.aspx]

Timetables

From Jun 01 to Oct 30
Monday to Sunday
08:00 to 15:00
16:15 to 19:00



From Oct 31 to May 31
Monday to Friday
08:00 to 15:00


Public holidays and [Weekend]
Public holidays
09:00 to 14:00
15:15 to 18:00

Tella Visitor Centre


Visitor centres

Location

Calle La Iglesia, s/n.
Tella, Tella-Sin (Huesca)

Contact details

  • [http://www.magrama.gob.es/es/red-parques-nacionales/nuestros-parques/ordesa/guia-visitante/cvtella.aspx]
  • ordesa@mma.es

Timetables

From Jun 01 to Oct 30
Monday to Sunday
09:00 to 14:00
16:15 to 19:00



From Oct 31 to May 31
Public holidays and [Weekend]
Public holidays
09:00 to 14:00
15:15 to 18:00

La Pradera Information Point


Visitor centres

Location

Pradera de Ordesa, km 5. Camino Torla
Torla (Huesca)

Contact details

Timetables

09:00 to 14:00
16:00 to 19:00



Casa Oliván Visitor Centre


Visitor centres

Location

N-260 Boltaña-Broto, Carretera de Ordesa, 200 mts. antes de La Pradera
Pradera de Ordesa, Torla (Huesca)

Contact details

  • Tel: +34 974243361
  • [www.mapama.gob.es/es/red-parques-nacionales/nuestros-parques/ordesa/guia-visitante/casa-olivan.aspx]

Timetables

Previa cita concertada.


Centro de visitantes y punto de información de Torla


Visitor centres

Location

Avda. Ordesa s/n.
Torla (Huesca)

Contact details

  • Tel: +34 974486472
  • [www.mapama.gob.es/es/red-parques-nacionales/nuestros-parques/ordesa/guia-visitante/cvtorla.aspx]

Timetables

From Jun 01 to Oct 30
Monday to Sunday
09:00 to 14:00
16:15 to 19:00



From Nov 01 to May 31
Monday to Friday
08:00 to 15:00


Public holidays and [Weekend]
Public holidays
09:00 to 14:00
15:15 to 18:00

Ordesa and Monte Perdido National Park


Description

Dominating the landscape is the massif of Monte Perdido (3,344 metres high), and at its feet spread the valleys of Ordesa, Pineta, Añisclo and Escuaín. This is the 'snapshot' awaiting you in this national park in the heart of the Pyrenees. You're bound to be captivated by the contrast between the arid uplands and the verdant greenery of the valleys with their forests and waterfalls crisscrossed by canyons and gorges. What animals can you find there? This park is part of the programme for the recovery of the bearded vulture, and for monitoring one of the main protagonists of these mountains: the chamois. Keep your eyes open, because marmots are easy to spot in the pastures. What's on offer in the park? You'll find signposted trails running through all the valleys. Depending on the route you choose you'll be able to see waterfalls, glacial cirques, gorges, caves…

  • World Heritage certification
  • Biosphere Reserve certification