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This is a very rustic and totally unspoilt area of the basque Pyrenees. There is countless driving walking routes in the Roncal, Anso and HEcho valleys. There are very few non Spanish tourists which makes it really feel special . As well as walking there...More
Than Valle de Hecho is the right place for you.
We stayed at a camp ground named Borda Bisaltico. An excellent camp ground. 10 km up north from Hecho. The hikes in this area are good (and a bit tough) In my opnion...More
Lots of wonderful walks from the selva de Oza at the head of the valley - walks of all levels - incredible scenery and easy to access the head of walking trails be car. A welcome bar and restaurant in the park. DONT miss the...More
While birding is not the purpose of our visit in mid June, we would like to spend a little time seeing & photographing birds. We are awaiting advice from guides who are probably very busy at this time. After a couple of days in Barcelona, we could drive to the Ebro Delta. Is 2 days about right for this area? We would then drive to the Pyrenees, maybe spending a day & overnighting somewhere near Lerida Steppes area? Our dilemma is whether to go west of Andorra, say the Hecho Valley or...More
April 22, 2016|
2 days is fine for the Ebro Delta. I would recommend going a little further than the Lleida steppes because lack of protection has meant that some species are hard to find and the birding is easier at El Planeron. I haven't been to either of the Pyrenees destinations that you mention but if you get in touch with Stephen Christopher he might be able to help. In terms of scenery, the area around Alquezar a little further west is pretty good and there is a vulture watchpoint with a hide.