Aragon

Aragon is one of the most varied regions in Spain with alpine peaks and meadows Mediterranean forest, semi-arid steppes and inland lakes.

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Articles about Aragon

Aragon on the blog
Henri Cartier-Bresson in Castile and Aragon
Lammergeyers in the Sierra de Guara
Bears to return to Pyrenees
Glaciers in the Pyrenees
The River Ebro
The Lammergeyer in Aragon
Aneto

Rural tourism

Around the web

  • Official guide to nature of Aragón in dodgy English Read
  • Geography, relief and climate of Aragon Wikipedia
  • Indice Alfabético sobre Naturaleza en Aragón. Naturaleza en Aragón. España. (Comprehensive guide)
  • Fat Birder “Aragon is an ornithological destination par excellence. This amazing region gives you the opportunity to observe most of Spain`s avifauna in the four most characteristic habitats of the Iberian Peninsula; Alpine peaks and meadows, Mediterranean forest mixed with spectacular limestone rock cliffs , semi-arid steppes and inland lakes, all of them in a relative short distance from each other.” Read
  • Boletas Birdwatching Centre Anyone thinking of visiting the Aragonese Pyrennes would be well advised to consider staying at Boletas Birdwatching Centre near Huesca. Josele and Esther are great hosts, the former an expert birder and the latter a great cook. In the photo, superb wildlife and birding library. This is a personal endorsement by me. Boletas Birdwatching Centre
  • Botanical field trip to Benasque (Posets-Maladeta) Trip report to Posets-Maladeta Natural Park and valley of Benasque, in the Aragonese Pyrenees
  • Aragon at the Classic Encyclopedia, based on the 1911 Edition of the Encyclopaedia Britannica
  • Senderos de Aragón Aragon government tourism and hiking routes.
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  • Sierra del Maestrazgo
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