Barceló Jaca
Weddings in the Aragonese Pyrenees
Aragon, Spain
  • Charming hotels
  • Large terrace
  • Gourmet cuisine
Destination Info
Jaca, weddings in the Aragonese Pyrenees
The Barceló Jaca & Golf Spa**** hotel is located just a few kilometres from Jaca, in the heart of the Aragonese Pyrenees.

An idyllic setting surrounded by mountains and located very close to the main ski slopes of the region, all of which results in unforgettable wedding holidays.

 

The natural landscape surrounding the hotel captivates all couples whose primary wish is to get married surrounded by nature, whether accompanied by a spectacular blanket of snow in winter or the warmth of the sun in summer, which illuminates the mountains of the Pyrenees and the striking Peña Oroel.

 

Wedding guests can complete their stay before or after the ceremony by playing golf on the 18-hole golf course or skiing on the slopes of Astún, Formigal or Panticosa. Another attraction in the area is a visit to the Ordesa National Park and the Monte Perdido.

You must see…
The secrets of Aragon
Jaca
An important tourist and winter sports destination, Jaca boasts a notable collection ofhistorical buildings which reflects its more than two thousand years of history. Thecity has one of the first Romanesque cathedrals in Spain, dating from the twelfthcentury, and its historic centre is one of the most attractive and best preserved inAragon. The Citadel, the Clock Tower and its modernist buildings are examples of itsimpressive architectural legacy.
Monastery of San Juan de la Peña.
A must-see for the newly-weds is the old monastery of San Juan de la Peña, wherethe memory of the origin of Aragon lies. Inside is the resting place of its first kingsand the traces of Aragon's magnificent past. Sheltered under the same rock in thePano mountain range, the monastery offers some of the jewels of AragoneseRomanesque architecture, such as its outer cloister.
Ordesa National Park and Monte Perdido
If there are lovers of nature's most stunning trails among the wedding guests, theOrdesa National Park is a safe bet. Throughout its more than 15,000 hectares thereare up to four different valleys, each with their own peculiarities. The Monte Perdidomassif dominates the terrain with the peaks of Las Tres Sorores.