Near the Spanish border, direct access to the Sobrarbe region in Aragonthanks to the Bielsa tunnel is one of the valley’s assets. The Sobrarbe is an exceptional region with a surprising geological heritage. Canyons and rivers rival each other in beauty.
At the foot of the Parc National des Pyrénées and the Néouvielle Nature Reserve… Saint-Lary is attached to its natural heritage!
The Arbizon peak (2,831) protects it from bad weather from the west, it’s the valley’s guardian angel, which allows it to enjoy a sunny climate. The valley is a pleasant place, untouched by industrial development.
Reserves and National Park
Discover the Réserve Naturelle du Néouvielle and its lakes, part of the must-see nos grands sites.
Accessible to hikers, this unique, wild area is dotted with multiple high-altitude lakes. There are no fewer than 70, including les lacs d’Orédon, de l’Oule, Aubert and Aumar as well as the barrage de Cap de Long. It’s a hiker’s paradise. Many itineraries can be completed from refuge to refuge to fully savor the beauty of the site.
The valleys of the Rioumajou and Moudang, classified as a “Natura 2000” site, are home to many bird species, as well as plant species unique to the Pyrenees. Discovery activities await you, as do donkey rides. Whether you want to fish or go for a walk, don’t hesitate to ask.
The de la Géla valley also deserves the attention of hikers. This pastoral valley stretches along a torrent (la géla) to end on the cirque de Barroude dominated by its famous Wall. This site is a unesco World Heritage site.