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Torla, my hideaway!

Torla is a town in Huesca situated at the beginning of the convergence of two valleys: the Bujaruelo Valley and the Ordesa Valley.

The village maintains a good harmony with its structures, and it is the village that I love the best in the Aragon Pyrenees. Whenever I can, I escape there to enjoy a few pleasant days. I recommend it.

A Well Preserved Town

Torla is one of the doors to Ordesa and Monte Perdido National Park, the one that gives access to the area of the valley of Ordesa.

When we arrive there we find a small town of steep and cobbled streets; what first caught my attention was the stamp of the church of the 16th century, with the mountains on the background. As soon as we go inside the town we submerge into the typical architecture of the Pyrenees: spacious houses with great stoned walls, slate roofs and round chimneys; stone, wood and forged iron are the most typical elements in the construction.

The town is very well taken care of (flowers in the doors and corners), the shops also take care of every detail, with its wooden signs and carefully assembled displays.

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Amazing Landscapes

After a nice three hour walk, we arrive to the end of the valley. It is crossed by a river that has its source in a waterfall.

It is a magical place, where we see a great névé that crosses the river, from side to side and that has made a natural ice bridge.

It is a place where, after a long walk, you can contemplate amazing landscapes.

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