We are in the small village of Escalona, in the Aragonese Pyrenees of Huesca and main access to the Añisclo Valley, one of four sectors, together with Ordesa, Pineta and Escuaín, which compose the Ordesa and Monte Perdido National Park.
From the west: (País Vasco, Navarra)
Take the AP-68 to Vitoria. Then take the A-15 to Pamplona, where you take the A-21 (some section through N-240) to Jaca, A-23 to Sabiñánigo and N-240 for the new section Yebra de Basa-Fiscal, to Aínsa, where take the A-138 towards Bielsa and France. 10 km from Aínsa, there is our town, Escalona.
From the East:( Cataluña, Valencia, Murcia)
Take the A-2 to Lleida, where you take the A-22 to Barbastro. Once in Barbastro, take the A-138 towards Aínsa, Bielsa and Francia. 10 km from Aínsa, there is our town, Escalona.
From the North:(Toulouse, Tarbes)
Passing through Arreau and Saint-Lary, crossing the Bielsa-Aragnouet tunnel (Spain-France border) you Access by the A-138. 24 km from Bielsa, there is our town, Escalona.
From the South: (Madrid, La Rioja, Zaragoza, Huesca)
Take the A-2 to Zaragoza. Then take the A-23 to Huesca, and the A-22 to Barbastro, where you access by the A-138 towards Aínsa, Bielsa and Francia. 10 km from Aínsa, there is our town, Escalona.
Important: GPS and online route guides may give wrong results when calculating your destination. To avoid such mistakes, we recommended you consult the waypoints in your route.