Camping Huesca

by Guest

Huesca is located in the north east of Spain in the Aragon region. It's a relatively small city, but beautiful nonetheless with cobbled streets, Gothic cathedrals, Romanesque Cloisters and churches, and the old Palace. If you visit between 9 and 15 August, you will be treated to the colourful Fiestas de San Lorenzo. While the city itself it well worth some time, the surrounding Aragon landscape in the Pyrenees mountains is simply spectacular and best seen by staying at one of the many campsites.

One of the best sites is the Boltana Campsite located in the town of the same name, not far from the city. It is surrounded by the beautiful Ordesa National Park and the Monte Perdido Natural Park, as well as the Guara Canyons, best seen by hiking along the mountain trails. The nearby village of Ainsa is well worth exploring for an afternoon. The campsite has got everything you need for a comfortable stay in the region.

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The campsite has a large number of grassy pitches which range from 80 to 120 square metres, most of which are naturally shaded by pines, oaks, and maple trees. They are available for tents, campervans, and motorhomes, and some have electrical and water supplies. You will need to bring your own equipment with you. All the pitches have spectacular views over the mountain landscape.

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If you don't want to camp, the site has several comfortable wooden bungalows which can accommodate small groups and families. They are spacious and include a kitchen area, dining and living space, a bathroom with hot showers, and an outdoor terrace with a table and chairs. They also have bedding available and kitchenware, and during the summer they are air conditioned, and in the winter they are heated, keeping them comfortable and warm. You'll just need to bring your own towels with you.

Alternatively, consider booking one of the campsites Bengali tents, safari style canvas tents set on wooden verandas. They are a decent size, but are best suited for couples looking for a romantic retreat. Inside, they have everything you might expect in an apartment including a double bed, a set of bunk beds should you be bring kids, bedding, a kitchenette with a fridge, stove, and kitchenware, and a outdoor terrace with a table and chairs.

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Unlike most camp sites, they have a very high quality restaurant on site. The Ara Restaurant offers a la carte menu, as well as hot takeaway food and freshly made pizzas and sandwiches. They use top notch local produce to create Spanish, regional, and international cuisine which can be enjoyed in the idyllic surroundings. If you're just in the mood for a drink, grab a cold beer or a glass of wine and accompany if with a little tapa. In the summer months, the staff put on live music and entertainment to keep you occupied during the evenings.

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If you want to cook up your own dinners, you can use the onsite barbecues and cooking facilities. You can buy local produce from the Boltana supermarket which has everything you might need including freshly baked breads, pastries, fruit and vegetables, meats, ice creams, and cool drinks. They also have a limited amount of camping equipment and gas for the barbecues.

During the day, you can use the outdoor swimming pools, some of which have spectacular views over the mountains. There are two pools, one for adults and one for kids. During the summer, the camp organise activities like water polo and aquagym, a great way to keep in shape and meet other travellers. The pools and activities are open during the summer months between the middle of May and the end of September. The children's pool is heated and they also have water activities in the summer.

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There are loads of activities at the campsite to keep you busy. Head down to the tennis courts to practise your serve or take part in one of the competitions, go walking in the mountain trails, or biking along the paths. During the summer, they have a weekly Animation and Kids Club which has a range of activities from crafts, sports competitions, karaoke, music, water activities, and aerobics. These are split up into different categories between 2 and 5, 5 and 12, and 12 and above.

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Adults can indulge at the onsite spa, the perfect place to soak after a day of activities and exploration. The spa includes massage rooms, hydro massages, aromatic showers, hot pools, hot tubs, a sauna, and steam room. At the end, guests can lie down on the heated daybeds overlooking the glorious countryside. Bliss.

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If you like to horse rise, the Haras del Mundiel Horse Riding School comes to the campsite to offer a range of lessons and rides for all ages and experience levels. Families and groups of friends can get together for a thrilling ride up the mountain trails, led by experienced leaders. Just pop into the reception to book it up.

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There is a long list of adventure activities available nearby which include white water rafting, canyoning, climbing the via ferrata, kayaking, exciting 4x4 rides, and mountain biking. Everything can be arranged by the campsite if you wish.

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