Sabiñánigo is the centre for services and the capital of the Serrablo region. The town is situated at an altitude of 698 metres, has more than 9,000 inhabitants, and has a long tradition and vocation in industry, in particular in the chemical, metal, pharmaceutical and auxiliary industries.
The town is a services centre that is also concerned with ensuring that its rich cultural heritage and history do not disappear.An example of this are its museums: the Ángel Orensanz and Serrablo Arts Museum, which houses cultural material produced within a large area of the Pyrenees and is the focus of different cultural activities; and the Julio Gavín – Larrés Castle Museum of Drawing, which is based in a restored late medieval castle and has a collection of over 2,000 works by many artists, including such important figures as Pablo Serrano, José Guerrero, Zuloaga and Dalí.You can also visit the Serrablo Churches and the Pyrenees theme park, Pirenarium.
Sabiñánigo’s cultural calendar is fairly full too, and with many events hosted by associations, there is a wide range of talks, concerts, storytelling sessions, and courses, etc. on offer in the town.
Sabiñánigo can be described as a town that blends industry and tradition, offering all types of services, and that serves as an excellent base to explore the Pyrenees, enjoy outdoor pursuits and get to know our heritage.
PLACES OF INTEREST IN THE AREA:
Ángel Orensanz and Serrablo Arts Museum
Larrés Castle Museum of Drawing
Glacier Interpretative Centre, in Senegüé
MOST POPULAR EXCURSIONS AND WALKS:
To the village of Cartirana
To the village of Rapún
To Sabiñánigo Alto
To the village of Sardas
To the village of Yebra- Santa Orosia mountain
25th July: Saint James (over several days)
12th October: Our Lady of the Pillar (over several days)
Carnival. Saint Agatha. The bonfires for Saint Sebastian
Event cycling – Quebrantahuesos and Treparriscos
September: Cazataria, hunting fair
Sabiñánigo Town Hall
Plaza España, 2 – 22600 Sabiñánigo (Huesca)
Tel: +34974484200 – Fax: +34974484201