You don’t just have to visit the Jerte Valley when the cherries are in bloom. It’s beautiful all year. If you start at the Interpretation Center on the highway between Jerte and Cabezuela del Valle, you can also visit the Garganta de los Infiernos.
The La Virgin and Los Pilones fountains, the Monument to Memory, the mountains, cherry trees, and the Jerte reservoir are all perfect places to get lost any time of year. There are also some charming villages and the region’s cuisine is exquisite.
How nice it is to get lost in the forest of the Ordesa National Park. Is like being in a living painting. I recommend it to you! And then visit the surrounded villages: Buesa, a charming village, with views that are more than relaxing… Come on, lose yourself here!
The Aragonese Pyrenees are an undiscovered treasure for those who love nature and walking for hours. I love how these pictures reflect the beauty and relaxation in these places, from Biecas, The Swamp Sallent, and Park Ordesa.
The Pineta Valley is an impressive valley that is near to the glaciers on the north face of Monte Perdido.
The routes are quite hard since all have big differences in heights.But, even if it takes you all day, I assure you that it is a landscape that is really worth it.
The village of Hervas is the starting point for several highly recommended hiking trails. Most of them go through the Valley of the Ambroz, a green valley full of pools and waterfalls whose routes are generally low to medium difficulty. The hotels in the town will be happy to inform you of the most suitable routes and also provide route maps. I chose a very simple route but it had fantastic views along the way especially since we passed two waterfalls which were perfect for bathing and eating on their shores. This whole area has a very good microclimate with a lot of rain and warm temperatures, giving a very green landscape, full of fruit trees. In my opinion, it's the perfect place to spend a quiet weekend.
Bujaruelo is a valley in the Pyrenees, near Ordesa national park. It is a beautiful valley, famous for its vegetation and waterfalls. There are two very nice campsites in the mountains where you can stay. It has a Romanesque bridge under which there is a small pool where, if you are brave, you can take a dip but the water is quite cold. The signs along the trails are great and you can often find wild strawberries. If you have not been, I recommend it!
From the viewpoint of Femés and down the road that ends at the village we found a winding descent that takes you to the valley of Femés. It is a wonderful landscape with red mountains where you can find some shelters and chalets for rent in the vicinity where you can spend a few days and really relax. From this valley you can go in one of two directions. The first passes through the village of Breñas just 3 kilometers away, you go to Salinas and Swarms and the second route takes you to Playa Blanca and Costa Papagayo which is about 7 kilometers away. It's fairly deserted but background views of the coast are beautiful, the contrasts are spectacular. For me it is one of the most beautiful areas of Lanzarote. People prefer to take the new road passing in Yaiza on the other side of the mountain to waste less time.
It is the most inhospitable, dark and at times impenetrable, but at the same time most beautiful of all the valleys which form the Park of Monteperdido. The walking toursgo through the Añisclo Canyon, from the San Urbez Bridge to the Añisclo Hill (to which we also went from the Pineta Valley in a route).
The Añisclo Crevasse (of about 30 km in length) is traversed by the Besós from its source at the foot of the Soum de Ramond in a winding, a steep and complicated route.
A thick and damp trail leads us through this valley and leaves us wide mouthed on more than one occasion. Very beautiful.
The Camino del Trabuquete walking trail leaves from Guijo de Santa Bárbara and follows the river down the valley through some really beautiful areas. Every now and then, you’ll find a pool in the river where you cool off and there are some really gorgeous waterfalls at the end.
When you go through highway 230 in the direction of Vielha, a little bit before you get to the tunnel of the same name, you'll find a detour that leads to the village of Aneto. Once we were in the village we found a poster that reminded us that we were in a natural park. Specifically in the Posets-Maladeta Natural Park, in its easternmost end. Follow the road that leads to the Llauset Reservoir. One spring afternoon, we were heading there for an afternoon in the little-known valley of Llauset when we were surprised by a huge storm. We all know that after the storm comes the calm, and it gave us a pretty show of lights and colors.