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Aragon + The Pyrenees Travel Guide

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Ask T+L: Agritourism, European Flight Prices, and Pyrenees Bike Tours

Q: I recently stayed at an agriturismo in Italy and would love to have a similar experience closer to home. Any suggestions? —Greg Stahl, Mesa,...

Sheep Walking Trails in the Pyrenees

Every summer in parts of Europe, farmers and ranchers send their animals on an ancient parade called the transhumance. Brad Kessler follows a flock up...

Basque Country's Wine and Golf

In this exotic corner of Europe, the music, food, wine and golf all have an earthy flavor

Exploring France’s Basque Country

The Pays Basque may not have the name recognition of its Spanish neighbor, but the region’s hidden villages and strong culinary traditions are ripe for...

The New Spanish Pyrenees Hotel

A garden furnished with glass pyramids isn’t the first thing you’d expect to find at a lakeside Art Nouveau villa in the Spanish Pyrenees, 92...

Huesca's Food Revolution

Huesca, Aragon's provincial capital, has long been known for its medieval castle. Now a group of innovative chefs is turning it into a pilgrimage site...

Armchair Tour de France

The annual Tour de France bolts out of the starting gate on Saturday for three grueling and beautiful weeks of bike racing.  The TV and...

A Gehry Hotel in Basque Wine Country

In Spain’s Basque country, a venerable Rioja wine estate is banking on a superstar architect to raise its profile with a fresh take on the...

World's Trendiest Airstream Hotels

From New Jersey to the Pyrenees and Cape Town, you can ditch the boring box and check into a classic Airstream travel trailer.

25 Secret European Villages

Medieval churches, cobblestoned streets, and endless olive groves: head to these small European towns to discover a country’s soul.
RESTAURANTS

Saiaz Getaria

Four-poster beds and views of Gaztetape Beach. more ›


ACTIVITIES

Loarre Castle

The Romanesque towers and 11th-century monastery at Loarre Castle are just 22 miles from town. The fortress juts out from a rocky precipice, giving visitors spectacular views of the Pyrenees. more ›


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