Peña Montañesa (REF : E12)

Ctra Ainsa - Bielsa Km 2, Huesca, Labuerda-Ainsa, 22360, Spain

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Ideal for ...

  • Active stays
  • Dogs
  • Families
  • Walking

Why stay here ...

This site’s stunning views of the Pyrenees are one of its main draws. Open all year, it attracts couples and families alike with its friendly atmosphere, helpful staff and excellent facilities.

A secluded, peaceful site, with fairly level grass pitches, the well-maintained facilities include indoor and outdoor pools and a bar/restaurant with a cosy open fire in winter. Entertainment for all ages is offered during high season.

Close to the Ordesa and Monte Perdido National Park, the site is ideally located for exploring the Pyrenees on foot or by bike and canoeing can be tried nearby. The enchanting medieval town of Ainsa, 2kms away, is well worth a visit, with its narrow streets and Plaza Mayor, flanked by Romanesque arcades.

Around and About

Rio Cinca, Lerida Huesca, Ski Resorts, National Park, Labuerda, Castle in Ainsa. Mountain climbing, Canoeing, Rafting, Skiing, Mountain biking, Fishing, Nature trails, Cycle routes.

Things to do on site ...

  • Bike hire
  • Daytime entertainment (all season)
  • Evening entertainment (high season)
  • Fishing
  • Playground
  • Tennis

Facilities on site ...

  • Bar
  • Barbecues allowed:: gas, electric
  • Disabled facilities -: limited
  • Late arrivals area with electric hook-up
  • Motorhome service point
  • Restaurant
  • Shop
  • Spa
  • Swimming pool
  • Takeaway
  • Wi-Fi
  • Wi-Fi availability: bar, restaurant

Prices

Pitches

Pitch size (m2) Pitch surface Electricity Electricity amperage Water Water shared Drainage Drainage shared Other services on pitch Separated by
Electric Hook-up pitch - EL 80 grass

Yes

10 hedges, trees
Large pitch - LP 90 grass

Yes

10 hedges, trees

Useful Info

Latest arrival time - low: 10:00 PM

Latest arrival time - high: 10:00 PM

Earliest departure time - low: 8:00 AM

Earliest departure time - high: 8:00 AM

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Directions

From Huesca take the E7/A23/N330 North for 30miles/48km towards Sabiñanigo. Then take the exit to the N260 (SP Sabiñanigo) At roundabout take 1st exit (SP Yebra de Basa/Fiscal) on the N260 for 14miles/23km. At roundabout just after you have passed Fiscal take the 1st exit continuing on the N260 (SP Fiscal/Boltaña/Ainsa) for 16miles/27km. In the centre of Ainsa turn left on the A138 (SP Bielsa/Francia) site entrance will be on the right in 1.3miles/2.2km. Or, south from St Lary Soulan on D929 to French/Spanish border, cross via Bielsa Tunnel to join A138 south to Ainsa. Site just over 1 mile / 1.6km north of Ainsa on this road. NB The Bielsa Tunnel is sometimes closed between October and Easter due to bad weather.

Sites key: Overseas Site

Postcode:
22360
Region:
Spain
Distance to Calais: (kms)
738
GPS:
Lat 42.435176 / Lon 0.136059
Michelin map no.
574

Transport links

  • Buses go to: Bielsa
  • Daily public transport within 2 kms
  • Nearest port: Santander (285 kms)

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Lovely location

Lovely location in some great countryside, nothing wrong with the site other than the grass pitches were suffering from all the rain and were very muddy. I was nearly bogged down when it came time to leave, lots of wheel spinning! Ainsa is a beautiful spot and the surrounding countryside is worth exploring. I didn't eat in the restaurant - only used the bar! A site I would return to..
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Arrived to a horrendous thunderstorm so count choose our own pitch .As this is a 6 amp site the electric kept tripping .Toilets were okay but as we were only there when it was raining they were continually draped in bikers apparel and mud was everywhere. The pools are lovely and clean and the indoor is heated. Lots of walks around the campsite and although the weather kept us from biking it was still possible to visit nearby villages and the local town of Ainsa and is walkable .A word of warning before going either on a hike or bike ride check the weather forecast at reception as the weather can turn quickly . Small camp shop, bar and restaurant all clean tidy and friendly and informative staff.

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Arrived to a horrendous thunderstorm so count choose our own pitch .As this is a 6 amp site the electric kept tripping .Toilets were okay but as we were only there when it was raining they were continually draped in bikers apparel and mud was everywhere. The pools are lovely and clean and the indoor is heated. Lots of walks around the campsite and although the weather kept us from biking it was still possible to visit nearby villages and the local town of Ainsa and is walkable .A word of warning before going either on a hike or bike ride check the weather forecast at reception as the weather can turn quickly . Small camp shop, bar and restaurant all clean tidy and friendly and informative staff.

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Lovely site in the Pyrenees

We stayed for two nights in early January. Fantastic views of the mountains nice size pitches with privacy hedging. Nice during the day but temperatures plummeted to -9 degrees overnight the motorhome heaters struggled to cope with the temperature. On the second day we were the only van on the site. Only downside the mains electric kept tripping even with just an electric kettle. Apart from that would use as a stopover again. Owners very friendly and helpful.

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Spectacular Scenery

A small site in the foothills of the Pyrenees. We only stayed one night en route back to France. The staff were excellent, as was the small shop. The ‘restaurant’ was merely a fast food eatery with nothing very imaginative on the menu. We didn’t try it. Our only problem with the site was the electricity. Every other site we stayed at had no problems, despite only offering a 6amp supply. On this site the only thing in our motorhome we could run was the fridge. Anything else, eg. water heater, hair dryer, tripped the supply. Fortunately, a friendly member of staff left the supply box open for us so we could reset it ourselves whenever it tripped. If you do visit the site, take heed of the warning if approaching from France via the Bielsa tunnel. The Spanish side is fine, but the French side is VERY steep with a large number of 180º hairpin bends. Definitely not for the faint hearted, although the scenery is spectacular.
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