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The municipality of Boltaña extends to include several villages that make up the district.


Some villages fight against the exodus of their inhabitants to large cities.


Others are witnesses of a life that is now gone



Aguilar is accessed via a dirt track off the A-1604 road leading to Campodarve.


Three hamlets are connected to a small pass crowned by two jagged limestone peaks and the Romanesque church dates from the 11th Century. In its semi-circular apse you can see decorative elements typical from the late Middle Ages.



A quaint village nestled between Navain Peak and Tozal de las Luces. Some of its houses have brightly decorated windows and doors and there are remains of a church and modest shrine built to honour to San Julian.


But what's unique to this village are its sun clocks, like the one welcoming you to the village, painted on old ironmonger’s.



A collection of traditional rural stone houses matching the contours of the local terrain with a 17th century church built in honor of Sant John the Baptis. Nearby you will find the Cueva de la Sierra (Mountain Cave) where pottery and other remains from the Bronze Age were found.

La ValleLa Valle


A collection of individual houses and farms are dotted along this road leading from Sieste, sometimes clustering together to form small hamlets.


La Valle is bordered on the left by the waters of the Sieste ravine, ideal for a swim in summer.



Very close to Boltaña and neighbouring our campsite is the village of Margudgued, a small linear village bordering the bank of the Ara River.


One of the oldest houses, Cambra House, dates from the 17th century and its humble 16th century church is a good example of rural architecture.

Morillo de SampietroMorillo de Sampietro


Only suitable for 4x4 vehicles -  accessed by dirt track


The houses are an excellent example of the traditional Pyrenean architecture, exposed to the rugged terrain, with amazing panoramic views of the high mountain chain.


The Romanesque church was built at the end of the 12th century and recently restored by the University of Zaragoza. Inside you will find Romanesque mural paintings depicting different birds.

El Pueyo de MorcatEl Pueyo de Morcat


Located in the Natural Park of the Sierra de Guara, near the source of the Vero River, this village exhibits examples of the most traditional and picturesque architecture of Sobrarbe.


Houses boasting elegant facades, with family crests, traditional Araganees chimneys and bread ovens, all now in disuse, hint at the exuberant and active village there once was.



Near the source of the Alcanadre river we find this unpopulated nucleus, although today it is recovering a spark of life thanks to its cattle breeding.


It has houses dating from the 17th century, today however we can only imagine what it once was from the ruins. Opposite, on the rise, is an 8m wide and 27m high elm tree. It is said to be the largest in Aragon.



Simple structure around a main house, well preserved, with supporting buildings on the banks of the River Ara. The Seso cave, near the town, is a shortly developed underground gallery due to the ground subsiding. It is of a great beauty.


Its access is narrow and the practice of speleology here requires special equipment.




Only two kilometres from Boltaña you reach the beautiful village of Sieste, its well restored traditional houses are fantastic examples of local architecture.


Some of the houses date from the 16th century, including some which are fortified with towers. The church dates from the 16th century and from the main square you have fantastic views to the high mountains and  Monte Perdido itself.


It is also possible to walk to Sieste directly from the campsite in 15 - 20 mins for a lovely evening stroll. 

Silves Alto y BajoSilves Alto y Bajo


Accessed by dirt track from the A-1604 road leading to Camprodarve.


Silves offers a great panoramic view over the Nabain Anticlinal, a protected ecosystem which was declared a Site of Community Interest (PCI in Spanish).


Silves Bajo has the most interesting buildings, its parish church is from the end of the 12th century and close by you can find the remains of an old abbey.


Camping Boltaña


Ctra. N-260, Km 442


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