La Fueva valley or Val d’a Fueba, in Aragonese dialect, is in the north east of the Sobrarbre region. It borders with the neighbouring Ribagorza and is a stone’s throw away from the medieval town of Ainsa. These lands, of early medieval heritage, have changed very little over time, keeping their original character throughout. The region’s geographical makeup has meant that it has remained isolated until recently.
La fueva is an intimate and peaceful valley, its the perfect location from which to visit the Pyrenees’ most emblematic spots such as the Ordesa and Monte Perdido National Park, where you will find dozens of foot paths and excursions for all tastes and abilities.
The Sobrarbre region also offers enormous cultural diversity. Its architectural heritage is stunning and can be enjoyed on the “Ruta del Románico en el Valle de La Fueva” and in the medieval town of Ainsa, considered one of Spain’s most beautiful villages. Also close by are the ancient sites of art and historical interest at the fort of Muro de Roda, the Monastery of San Victorián, the chapels of Tella and the church and castle of Samitier.
Adventure sports enthusiasts will find a wide range of activities available : kayaking, canoeing, white water rafting, canyoning, mountain bike trails (with the recently opened mountain bike centre “Zona zero Ainsa-Pirineo”), climbing, via ferratas, etc.
And of course, any “Foodies” have the perfect opportunity to sample some of the superb local fare in the many excellent restaurants we have in the area.