Barceló Monasterio de Boltaña
Weddings in the Pyrenees
- Charming hotels
- Large terrace
- Gourmet cuisine
The Aragon Pyrenees
Fiancés celebrating their wedding at Barceló Monasterio de Boltaña will have the opportunity to discover the beautiful city of Huesca. This is a region with over 2,000 years of history, located in the fertile region of la Hoya.
Located in the central section of the Pyrenees, it has one of the most spectacular, wildest natural landscapes, thanks to high mountains and steep valleys.
In this area of the Pyrenees, there is a warm climate which varies depending on the time of year. Winters are colder, with an average temperature of 8ºC, while summers are always warmer with an average temperature of 19ºC. Thanks to this climate, Barceló Monasterio de Boltaña is the best setting for celebrating an open air wedding.
Thanks to the strategic location of the hotel, after the wedding, guests will be able to visit the main points of interest in the area, such as Villa de Ainsa, the city of Huesca or the Ordesa Valley.
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The secrets of Punta Cana
Ordesa and Monte Perdido Natural Park
The Ordesa and Monte Perdido National Park is the second oldest natural park in Spain. Considered aBiosphere Reserve and World Heritage Site, the park hides impressive natural treasures such as the Cola deCaballo waterfall, the impressive lammergeyer vultures, and the famous edelweiss flower.
Ainsa Monumental Villa
The Ainsa Monumental Villa is a perfect destination for spending a day relaxing, surrounded by history. Itshistoric quarter, with a clear medieval layout, was declared a historic-artistic complex in 1965. Another ofits attractions is its famous castle, dating to the 11 th century, which formed part of the line of defence ofChristian territories.
Alquezar is considered done of the most beautiful towns in Aragón. It combines history, art and nature tooffer tourists an unparalleled experience. It is located at the heart of the Sierra de Guara and hasimpressive views of the Vero River Canyon and its emerald coloured waters.