Maybe You Never See Before Torla village, Huesca, Aragon, Spain

Torla Spain is a small community of just over two hundred habitants high in the Spanish Pyrennes and providing the gateway to the Ordesa national park. Whilst around half of the population earn their living from typical mountain farms the remainder are employed by the tourism and hospitality industry which maintains a variety of restaurants and hotels in the village.

Facilities in the village provide just about all the visitor needs for anything from activity holidays or simply a Spanish romantic weekend!

As a part of Aragon the majority of transport links from the village are to the Aragonese cities of Zaragoza and Huesca.

Principally the village provides access to the high mountainous passes of the Pyrennes that cross into France. A frontier town since the middle ages its now popular with hillwalkers and nature lovers wishing to get away from town and city life and explore the protected Spanish Ordesa national park in the Pyrennes.

Activities on offer:

  • Hill walking
  • Mountaineering
  • Hydrospeed
  • Rafting
  • Skiing (cross country) and snowshoe walks
  • Canyoneering or Goerge walking

Source: uniquespain.com