Peña Montañesa

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

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Ideal for ...

  • Active stays
  • Cycling
  • 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, Huesca, Labuerda, Ainsa Castle, Nature trails. Mountain climbing, Canoeing, Rafting, Mountain biking, Fishing, 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
  • Late arrivals area without electric hook-up
  • Motorhome service point
  • Restaurant
  • Shop
  • Spa
  • Swimming pool
  • Takeaway
  • Wi-Fi
  • Wi-Fi availability: bar, restaurant

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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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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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Stunning location, extensive facilities and nearby Ainsa is a delight.

We stayed here at the very end of September for 3 nights. The setting of the site is magnificent, overlooked by glorious mountain scenery. The drive to the site from Huesca was a pleasure in its own right. The area where we were located consisted of spacious pitches, with high hedges providing privacy. Our pitch had 10A EHU, but I had to argue to get this rather than 6A. There are no serviced pitches, with taps fairly close and a motorhome service point behind reception. The area where most caravans and motorhome were situated was quiet day and night (notwithstanding a little bit of noise from the stone/concrete works 1/4 mile away on weekdays). The camping area under trees nearer the toilet/shower block was more lively and noisy but sufficiently far away from our pitch as to be no problem. The sanitation facilities were extensive and spotless, if needing refurbishing. The washing machine and dryer were not very effective. Disappointingly the restaurant only served paella or pizzas (possibly a low season issue), and they were overpriced if nicely cooked. The swimming pools and sports facilities were excellent. Apart from one briefly surly receptionist the day we arrived, all staff were friendly, helpful and very good humoured. The shop was well stocked. WiFi was only available around the bar. However, there was an overall feeling that refurbishment and upgrading was needed across the site. Nevertheless, the jewel in the crown is the delightful old town of Ainsa just under 1 1/2 miles away, with a glorious medieval plaza and good bars and restaurants, and fantastic views from the castle walls.
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Best Spanish campsite we’ve stayed in!!!

Having just read the last review I can’t help but think they have the wrong place! It was our second trip back here. Planned on staying one night but ended up staying three as we couldn’t tear ourselves away. During check in they gave us a free voucher towards food in the restaurant and we were guided to an area of the campsite and left to choose our pitch. Lovely large hedged in pitch with hookup. It’s was peaceful and quite during the day and the pool areas both inside and out were well cared for and clean. The facilities were cleaned regularly and were of good standard. We love the walk (40mins) into the old historical town of Ainsa with its wonderful shops and restaurants. On check out we were even given a free bottle of local red wine!!!
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Dissappointed caravaners

We were very disappointed with this site. It was our first caravan holiday in Spain so we booked a caravan site through the caravan club. we booked and paid for six nights but left after one. Our concerns included: 1. This site was very crowded, we were initially put in a very overcrowded area but we asked to move to a quieter area. The quieter areas had very little shade. 2. The site felt uncared for, with we felt a pack them in without thought for people's comfort. 3. The noise level was were very loud in the day, with some loud noise continuing into early morning, barking dogs, people talking loudly. 4. The cleanliness was poor particularly around the café and pool area, where there was a very strong smell of dog faeces and urine. Philippa and Rob
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Beautiful location

This is our third visit to this site and I again I was 'wowed' by the scenery. The location is amazing and we traveled to France through the tunnel under the Pyrenees mountains. Spectacular. We arrived at the back end of August and this was the quietest that we had ever known the site to be, however, we arrived on a Thursday and they have a live band. We wandered down and had a couple of drinks whilst we listened to the music - restaurant is right next to the pool, which was lit up for the evening - people were having meals from the restaurant and the atmosphere was fabulous! This site has a very authentic feel to it - if (like us) you go to Spain to experience Spanish culture, then this is the place for you. Ainsa is a must - the old part of town is so beautiful and - once again, we had a meal at Dos Rios in the new part of town - with food on the menu like Carpaccio of Trout from the River Cinca - served with it's own roe... spectacular for 16 Euros for a 3 course meal with wine. I can strongly recommend this site and the location.
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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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