Panticosa, located at an altitude of 1200 metres, in a privileged spot within the Pyrenean Mountain Range.
Near some of the highest summits of Spain, next to the Hotel Sabocos, you can find the ski resorts of Panticosa and, 10 km away, Formigal. Moreover, you can find the winter ski resorts of the category of Candanchú, Astún, Artouste and Gourette within an area of 50 km.
In Winter, you can enjoy all the types of winter sports: alpine skiing, heli-skiing, nordic skiing, snowboard, snow rackets, ice-skating, etc. This makes us an ideal destiny for mountain lovers in winter.
The Panticosa Health Resort, only 8 km away from the hotel, deserves a special mention. It is a touristic spot par excellence and a place full of health benefits, as well as a delight for the senses. Its mineral-medicinal waters were already appreciated by romans. “A magic place, touching the sky.”
When the white snow starts disappearing from our landscape, nature springs up with the strength of the water in spring, the aroma of the flowers in summer and the full range of colours in autumn.
You can enjoy outdoor leisure activities such as climbing, rafting, canyoning, horse riding excursions, BTT excursions, cliff descent, nordic walking, popular festivities, street markets and fairs, outdoor concerts or just contémplate the nature and be carried away by the tranquility for some days.
But you can also visit near places such as Ordesa y Monte Perdido National Park, the Hecho and Ansó valleys, the Route of Mozarabic churches in Serrablo, the Monastery of San Juan de la Peña, Jaca, the Lourdes Sanctuary, Pau, etc.
There is a wide range of possibilities for our clients to enjoy in the nearby areas.
It is worth to mention the hiking activities in Panticosa. There are lots of km of paths and routes and you can find long or short walks adapted for beginners or expert hikers to get to summits higher than 3000 metres o just to enjoy the amazing fauna and flora of our beloved town.
We also have something to offer the fishermen and hunters who want to enjoy a unique landscape where they can fish in rivers and tarns and hunt Pyrenean mountain goats, roe deer, wild boars, etc.
Mushroom pickers are also welcomed: boletus, robellón (saffron lik cap pine), morels, etc. And the newcomers can learn at the mycological conferences which are held every September.
Or simply do nothing.