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 Located in the heart of the Aragon Pyrenees and formed by the glacial erosion that shaped a relief of cirques, deep valleys and thermal springs, as those that give room to Panticosa's health resort located between Pyrinean lakes and peak summits, The Tena valley is crossed by the upper course of the Gállego river and it is surrounded by protected natural areas as the Ordesa and Viñamala Biosphere Reserves, the National Park of Pyrenees and the National Park of Ordesa and Monte Perdido. I
ts cool and humid weather contribute to grassland vegetation, pine, oak and beech forests. As a very important tourist destination in Spain, Tena Valley offers the visitor numerous events and activities throughout the year. During the winter, many people come to the Tena Valley to enjoy the snow at Aramón Formigal - Panticosa ski station, the largest one in Spain, with more than 160 km of ski tracks. The rest of the year Tena valley offers you a lot of choices to enjoy mountain sports: climbing, rafting, canyoning, climbing...
There are some small charming villages in the valley that are interesting examples of popular architecture. Some of them were abandoned by the construction of dams and today are recuperated thanks to tourism. Lakes and waterfalls walks, birds of prey spotting, mushrooming, beautiful landscapes to relax and enjoy nature in its purest state, savouring the real local cuisine and discovering Pyrenean history and folk tales. Sallent de Gallego is located at the head of the Tena Valley, next to the reservoir of Lanuza and underneath the spectacular Peña Foratata. It is a beautiful mountainous village which town centre still keeps the traditional appearance and it is a treasure-trove of stunning spots, despite its recent strong tourist development. SALLENT DE GÁLLEGO EN EL VALLE DE TENA
fotografía Andrés Duarte Cuenca
fotografía Andrés Duarte Cuenca fotografía Andrés Duarte Cuenca