Spanish Pyrenees guided walking holiday

A week of guided walking in a spectacular corner of the Pyrenees, led by an expert local guide and based out of a friendly family-run guest house.
Albella Ordesa National Park Sierra de Guara National Park Daily guided walks Panoramic mountain views Opportunities to spot wildlife including bearded vultures.
1395To1595 excluding flights
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8 Days
Small group
Group size
Up to 8 people
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No Single Supplement
Last minute walking holiday offer in the spectacular Ordesa and Monte Perdido National Park. Knowledgeable local mountain and wildlife guide. Small group, superb food and accommodation. Applies to 28th September to 5th October week only.
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Description of Spanish Pyrenees guided walking holiday

Discover a spectacular corner of the Spanish Pyrenees on this eight-day guided walking holiday, based at a lovingly restored 17th Century farmhouse, and run by a friendly husband and wife team.

The guided walking weeks enable you to enjoy the breathtaking scenery, whilst your hosts, Simon and Lucy, take care of everything else. The holidays include accommodation, breakfast, drinks, dinner with wine, picnics, guided excursions, and transport. You do not have to worry about a thing! Transfers can also be provided from Zaragoza - this service costs an additional €80per person return (2 hours approx).

The farmhouse is close to the National Park of Ordesa and Monte Perdido, a UNESCO world heritage site, and the natural park of Sierra de Guara. It is also within the Geopark of Sobrabre a UNESCO site of geological importance, This location means you have a wide choice of stunning walks available, with diverse landscapes, flora and fauna.

The mountain guides are local, English speaking, and have unrivaled knowledge and passion for the flora, fauna, history, and geology of the Pyrenees.

The group size is always small and limited to 8 people. There is no single supplement.

The renovated farmhouse has spacious ensuite bedrooms, with mountain views. There is ample room to spread out in the large salon, a good place to keep cool in the summer or warm by the stove in the winter months.. All the rooms are tastefully furnished with antiques throughout.

The cuisine is of restauarant standard. Much of the produce comes from the farmhouse organic vegetable patches, or is sourced locally.
Alfresco dining is on the large terrace from May to October.

Equally suited to the solo traveller, a walking club or group of friends. The walks range from gentle day walks to more exhilarating treks. Usually you would enjoy an easy day followed by a tougher day. There are geological, historical and cultural points of interest, as well as amazing wildlife.

The itinerary below gives an idea of the type of walking you could do each day.

There are options to combine walks in the Pyrenees with other activities such as cooking, wildlife spotting, Spanish language courses. Please enquire for more details.


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1395To1595 excluding flights
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No Single Supplement
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Holiday information

We cater for both vegetarians and vegans.
Our partners behind this holiday promote inclusivity on all their trips and across their business and we are all committed to ensuring travellers face no discrimination on any part of the trip they control.


12 Reviews of Spanish Pyrenees guided walking holiday

5 out of 5 stars

Reviewed on 23 Jun 2022 by

Absolutely five stars on every count. Book it. You will have a fantastic time. Read full review

Reviewed on 06 Jun 2022 by

Excellent...The sightings of Bearded and Egyptian vultures were first class. I have never had my breath taken away by a plant before but Ladies Slipper Orchid is stunning. So that pushes Spanish moon moth down to third place which is not fair to such a stunning insect Read full review

Reviewed on 13 Oct 2019 by

Our last activity day of the holiday was likely the most memorable & exciting part as our wonderful guide took us on a bit of a detour that ended up on a less used trail, so we were climbing rocks, navigating overgrown vegetation, and basically putting all our hiking skills to use. Read full review

Reviewed on 27 May 2019 by

The hiking was stunningly beautiful. The home cooked food afterwards was one of the best I ever had. Read full review

Reviewed on 20 May 2019 by

An incredible week in an unspoilt region of Spain. Lucy and Simon were the perfect hosts and are clearly passionate about sharing what they have with their guests. Read full review

Reviewed on 18 Sep 2018 by

The stunning scenic beauty of the Spanish Pyrenees and the wildlife found there. Read full review

Reviewed on 02 Jun 2018 by

I had a wonderful week, with good company in comfortable accommodation with delicious meals. Read full review

Reviewed on 08 Oct 2017 by

Every bit of it was amazing. The mountains, our hosts Lucy and Simon, the food.... I could go on. Read full review

Reviewed on 29 May 2017 by

The most memorable was the scenery, our hosts, the food. Read full review

Reviewed on 16 Aug 2016 by

This has to be the best walking holiday I've ever had. The walking was incredible. The landscapes were all different and all stunningly beautiful. I will never forget walking in Ordesa, Añisclo and the Sierra de Guara. Read full review

Reviewed on 02 Apr 2016 by

I have fabulous memories of the best walking holiday I have ever had and hope to return ! Read full review

Reviewed on 25 Sep 2016 by

Super well organised, a beautiful spot and everything at the farmhouse was perfect. Best of all the amazing area and fabulous guides Read full review

Responsible Travel

As the pioneers of responsible tourism, we've screened this (and every) holiday so that you can travel knowing it will help support the places and people that you visit, and the planet. Read how below.


We are passionate about the environment and the wildlife where we live. The Ordesa National Park is a World Biosphere Reserve and a ‘Special Protection Area for Birds’ with over 171 species, including the rare Lammergeier or Bearded Vulture (Gypaetus Barbatus). We support the Lammergeier Conservation Foundation by donating all profits of our our aprons and locally produced beeswax wraps. This helps fund a breeding program in our area which has had great success. Our walks are led by experts in the area (or accompanied by information packs when self-guided) and ensure that fragile environments are not degraded in any way when walking.

There are also well over 100 species of butterflies and moths in our area, including the rare and beautiful Isabelina Moth (Actias Isabellae) and the Giant Peacock Moth (Saturnia Pyri). We have been successful in hatching the eggs and releasing the caterpillars for these moths.

At the farmhouse we have geothermal heating and hot water with minimal environmental impact. We generte our own electric via photovoltaic panels and batteries. We also harvest rainwater for both the irrigation of our vegetable patch and garden, and for the washing machine.

We recycle all we can, including building materials and furniture. For example all the vanity units in the luxury bathrooms are unique secondhand pieces of furniture, adapted with a granite top and basin. All the furniture in the house is antique or secondhand and has been or is in the process of being restored by Simon, your host. Many of the external doors are secondhand and have been adapted. The beams and stone from the four year renovation of the property have been reused throughout the building process. We continue to reuse this material now as we landscape the garden.


We support the local economy wherever possible by employing guides, experts and teachers from our area.

We involve our neighbours with our holidays, offering the possibility to visit their houses which have changed little through the centuries. This gives a unique insight into the culture and traditions of the high Pyrenees. In return we make donations to the village fund, for amongst other things the maintenance of our historic chapel of San Urbez (hermitage).

We also offer a guided visit to the chapel of San Urbez, explaining stories about our saint, his miracles and the architectural features. For this, we ask our guests for a donation in the chapel collection box.

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