Things to see and do - Jaca
Jaca Travel guide
Jaca : Michelin's recommendations
Built on a terrace in the Aragón valley, Jaca is overlooked by the Peña de Oroel. Its 16C citadel is well preserved and is a reminder of its strategic location in olden times. Jaca was renowned for warding off a Moorish invasion in the 8C, then became the first capital of Aragón. Today, its location at the end of the Somport pass makes it a busy transit route for tourists in summer and skiers in winter.
Tourist attractions Jaca : Things to see and do
Accès par la cathédrale E - 22700 Jaca
Laid out around cloisters, the museum has grown and presents documents and objects charting the history of the diocese. In the former refectory Romanesque and Gothic murals from churches of the region are exhibited. Another room is dedicated to the e..
E - 22711 Botaya
This monastery was founded in the 9C and is a symbol of the continuation of the Christian faith during the Muslim occupation. It was chosen as a pantheon by the kings and noblemen of Aragon-Navarre. In the 17C, another monastery was built higher up. ..
E - 22700 Jaca
Built in the 11C, this was the first Romanesque cathedral in Spain. Its sculpted decorations inspired artists who worked on the shrines on the Camino de Santiago. On the outside, note the historiated capitals of the southern lateral portico and, insi..
Paseo Constitución, 1 E - 22700 Jaca
Prix Prices from : 44 €
The hotel is centrally located near Jaca’s old quarter, at the foothills of Peña Oroel with its snow capped Pyrenean Mountains and just 20 minutes from the closest ski resorts. Whatever the season the area offers a wide array of activities, such as:..
Echegaray, 11 E - 22700 Jaca
Prix Prices from : 37 €
Set in the centre of Jaca, Hotel El Acebo features a restaurant, bar and snack bar. The hotel is 200 metres from Ciudadela de Jaca and just 50 metres from the Cathedral. Each room at Hotel El Acebo offers air conditioning, a desk and TV. All rooms h..
Unión Jaquesa, 4 E - 22700 Jaca
This hotel makes it easy for you to discover the rich Romanesque heritage of Jaca, to walk the Santiago Way or enjoy the skiing and mountains in the centre of the Aragon Pyrenees. Jaqués is a centrally located establishment with a family feel. It..
pl. Marqués de Lacadena 1 E - 22700 Jaca
A classic, professionally run family establishment. Well-appointed dining rooms where you can enjoy abundant traditional fare.
Cervantes 5 E - 22700 Jaca
Attractive restaurant with regional details on its walls and a large stone fireplace presiding over the dining room. Its prestige is assured in its cuisine.
Le Paul 2(Badaguas) E - 22714 Jaca