This summer has been fabulous. We spent almost 3 weeks travelling around the Aragón region of Huesca province of Spain and a bit of the Basque Country of French. It was such a beautiful region. Rich of mountains, forests, nature, animal, but also culture and things-to-do. In August it’s literally a cool place to go since the temperature is a few grades lower than the rest of Spain (which is…hot).
Here’s a summary of our day-to-day holiday pictures (the same like I posted as ‘photo of the day’ in my Instagram: m_stella_n):
El Salinar (salt mining) in Peralta de la Sal.
Castle of Monzon, Huesca.
Barranco (nature preserve) in Gabasa, Huesca, Aragon.
Alquezar, one of the most beautiful village in Spain. We did the hike along the river Vero…amazing!
Arrived in Tarnos, France. Sky took Lot for a stroll in the garden of our holiday house. Lot has been fantastic during the whole holiday!
The beach of Tarnos, France.
Visited a cute village La Bastide-Clairence and an amazing prehistoric cave Grottes d’Oxocelhaya et d’Isturits.
Beautiful nature reserve park du Marais d’Orx. Spotting some beavers and turtles!
Stand up peddle at Hossegor Lake, French.
The backyard of our 3rd holiday house in Latré, Aragon, Spain.
A ‘poza’ in the midst of beautiful greens, Huesca, Spain.
Jaca, Aragon, Huesca.
An ‘animated forest’, Parque Lacuniacha, Huesca.
“Senda de Izarbe”, a walking trail with painted rocks on the route.
Castillo de Loarre, one of the oldest in Spain and one of the best preserved Romanesque castle and abbey in Europe.
“Fiesta de San Lorenzo” in Huesca.