Turismo en Plena Naturaleza

How to get there

From the South-East (ex. Barcelona):

Take the highway A-2 to Lerida (Lleida in Catalan) and leave it there direction Huesca till you reach the city of Barbastro via Monson (A-22). Just before reaching Barbastro, take the N-123 to the right, direction Francia, Ainsa, Cerler. A further 8 km., you must take again to the right, the A-138, direction Francia, Ainsa, Parque nacional de Ordesa which takes you to Ainsa after 54 km. Just before the bridge over the “Rio Ara”, you take to the left direction Guaso, Arcusa, Sierra de Guara. You continue direction Arcusa, keep the villages of Guaso and Latorrecilla to your left to reach after 12 km from the bridge in Ainsa, a sign post “Santa Maria de Buil – Sarratillo”. After 3.5 km. You reach an intersection where you follow direction Sarratillo and “Casa Ramiz”. A 300 m further, you turn again to the right just behind an electric transformer. After 200 meter, you finally reach your holiday house.

From the North (France):

Via Toulouse or Bordeaux, you take the A-64 highway till you reach Lannemezan where you leave it (exit 16) There you keep following direction “Espagne – Tunnel de Aragnouet-Bielsa” on the D-929 via Barthe de Neste, Arreau, St. Lary Soulan. Once you passed the 3 km. long tunnel, you start your descent towards Ainsa. In Ainsa, you cross the intersection in the centre, direction Barbastro but once you passed the bridge over the river “Ara”, you turn to the right towards Guaso, Arcusa, Sierra de Guara. You continue direction Arcusa, keep the villages of Guaso and Latorrecilla to your left to reach after 12 km from the bridge in Ainsa, a sign post Santa Maria de Buil – Sarratillo. After 3.5 km. You reach an intersection where you follow direction Sarratillo and “Casa Ramiz”. A 300 m further, you turn again to the right just behind an electric transformer. After 200 meter, you finally reach your holiday house.

Attention: We advise you strongly to have with you snow chains during the winter months, as you may need them to cross the mountains for there may be some snow on the pass. Also keep in mind that during that same period, the tunnel is closed between 22 H. (10 PM) and 8 O’clock in the morning. Anyway, are there sign posts already in Lannemezan to inform you about the tunnel. In case this might be closed, you can deviate from Lannemezan direction Montréjeau, Barbazan, St. Béat to the valley of “Vall d’Aran” and the tunnel of Vielha.