A small village at 1,120 metres altitude, Escarrilla is situated in a broad basin at the confluence of the Escarra and Gállego Rivers. It offers visitors amazing natural beauty and spectacular scenery. Surrounded by beech, pine and fir trees, the magnificent architecture of its old buildings appears to have been influenced by neighbouring France, giving this locality a typically Pyrenean character.
As you walk through the streets of the two districts in the village you will see fantastic entrance ways and windows.
Itis also an ideal place for sports activities any time of year. Hiking enthusiasts and mountain climbers, or anyone interested in canyoning, hunting or fishing, etc. will find an opportunity in Escarrilla to indulge their passion.
PLACES OF INTEREST IN THE AREA:
Bridge (19th Century)
Rows of balconies, entrances, windows, etc.
Escarrilla waterfall viewing point
MOST POPULAR EXCURSIONS AND WALKS:
Punta Cochata mountain
To the village of Sandiniés
20th January: Saint Sebastian
20th August: Saint Joachim (several days)
Escarrilla Local Authority (Entidad Local Menor de Escarrilla)
Ctra. Francia, 10 – 22660 Escarrilla (Huesca)
Tel: +34974487449 – Fax: +34974487708