Hoz de Jaca

With its 74 inhabitants, Hoz de Jaca is located on the right bank of the River Gállego and is the perfect vantage point to take in the Búbal Dam. It’s also an ideal departure point for some amazing excursions.

The village is very picturesque. The style of the buildings is typical of this part of the Pyrenees, with sculpted crests in the facades, and new buildings are subject to rigorous regulation. All this ensures that Hoz de Jaca retains its charm.

PLACES OF INTEREST IN THE AREA:

Churches of the Three HolyKings and Saint Lawrence (Iglesia de los Santos Reyes and Iglesia de San Lorenzo) from the 17th and 18th Centuries

Town Hall

Bridge on the Los Cotones Way

Courtyard houses, crests, entrances etc.

Saint Peter’s Shrine

VIEWING POINTS:

A platform suspended over the Búbal Dam provides spectacular views of the whole Tena Valley.

 

MOST POPULAR EXCURSIONS AND WALKS:

To the Ibones de Asnos and Sabocos(lakes)

Panticosa and Pueyo de Jaca (via Frazacor)

El Betato

Saint Elena’s Shrine, Biescas

 

LOCAL FESTIVALS:

10thAugust: Fiesta over several days in honour of the patron saint, Saint Lawrence

15th August: Traditional solidarity lunch for all the villagers

 

MORE INFORMATION:

Hoz de Jaca Town Hall

C/ Unica, s/n – 226 Hoz de Jaca (Huesca)

Tel: +34974487324 – Fax: +34974487278

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