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4 days in hotel: 261,70 euros per person
Four buffet breakfast
Four dinners with daily menu in our restaurant El Fogaril
5 starters and 5 main courses to choose, dessert, bread and wine DO Somontano
Ski pass sale at reception desk
2 nights in hotel: 210 € / pax
Suite with Jacuzzi
Breakfast served in the bedroom (on request)
Tasting menu with sparkling wine
Parking in the garage
The Valley of Benasque (Bal de Benás/Ball de Benás in Aragonian language) also called the Hidden Valley, is located near the source of the River Ésera, in the ancient county of Ribagorza, in Huesca.
Locals speak "patois", a transition dialect between Aragonese, Catalan and Gascon also called Benasqués or Altorribagorzano. The area offers a range of natural breathtaking landscapes due to the steep slopes and a varied topography and lithography. The highest peaks are permanently covered in snow, and between 1,400 and 2,300 meters above sea level, lie the forests of beech, fir and pines. Below lie the mixed forests, Scots pine and oak with boxwood.
The Natural Park Posets-Maladeta is home to protected species like the bearded vulture or the capercaillie and other animals like chamois, wild boar, squirrels and foxes. Sport lovers will be at their best: mountaineering, hiking, climbing, canyoning, rafting, canoeing, paragliding, golf, fishing, horse riding, mountain biking ... Visitors will always find an activity to suit their hobbies and physical condition.
After all this activity, nothing beats a bath at the health resort Baños de Benasque. And, if you are into it, nightclubs offer an open and nice ambience to enjoy your nights in the Pyrenees. Villages around Benasque, their people, streets, history and architecture are also worth visiting. Their traditional houses, built with local materials, contain centuries of history and shape a typical Pyrenean landscape.