Corral de Villacampa is the perfect place from which to enjoy all the charm of Huesca Province. Some of the most important tourist attractions are found within an 70-kilometer radius in this area of Aragon.
- Aínsa (25 kms): A little more than 20 kms from our Rural holiday cottage is Ainsa. Highlights include the Church of St. Mary and Ainsa Castle, dating from the eleventh and seventeenth century. Both buildings are part of a spectacular historic city declared a Historic-Artistic Site.
- The Castle of Samitier (15 kms): The Castle of Samitier or Castle of Monclús is located on a promontory on the waters of the Mediano Reservoir, making this singular military and religious site one of the most extraordinary landscapes in the province of Alto Aragon. Its strategic position is clear indication of the military function of this fortification. It is made up of the castle (a hexagonal masonry tower from the beginning of the 11th century) and the Church, which is dedicated to the Saints Emeterio and Celedonio.
- Ordesa y Monte Perdido Natural Park (55 kms): This National Park constitutes a geographic unity of first range, being the highest limestone massif in Europe. Shaped during the Tertiary period on limestone of sea origin, it is dominated by the presence of three summits, a group known as Treserols: Monte Perdido (3355 m.), Cilindro de Marboré and Pico de Añisclo, also called Soum de Ramond, giving birth to the Ordesa, Pineta, Añisclo and Escuaín Valleys.
- Sierra and Cañones de Guara Nature Reserve: Routes around the Old Sobrarbe lead us to the heart of the outer hills, among them, the Sierra de Guara is specially outstanding. Here, we can visit totally different landscapes from those in the Pyrenees, where geology is responsible of its dramatic qualities: astonishing gorges, rocks and caves scattered among a nature reserve shaped by river erosion.
- Barbastro (45 kms): Barbastro constitutes the natural gate into most of Sierra de Guara. In the town centre we find the cathedral (16th century), declared a Historic-Artistic Heritage. The Diocesan Museum, the Episcopal Palace, the house of Argensola, the City Hall, the church and fountain of San Francisco, the Baselga house (16th century), and the San Julián compound all hold artistic treasures that themselves narrate the history of Barbastro.
- Torreciudad (30 kms): The Marian sanctuary of Torreciudad is situated to the north of Barbastro, in the Somontano region, on the banks of the El Grado reservoir. Since its opening, hundreds of thousands of pilgrims from Spain and many other countries have come to Torreciudad, which they see as the starting point for a religious or cultural tour.
- Graus (45 kms): In Graus's main square you can see beautiful details of city architecture with buildings from different eras, styles and adornment. Several of the facades facing the plaza have very interesting murals which enliven and give color to the whole area.
- Roda de Isábena (72 kms): In the old county of Ribagorza, one of the original counties from the Crown of Aragon, and very close to the Isabena river, Roda de Isabena was erected.Roda de Isabena can boast of being the smallest town in Spain to have a cathedral. The cathedral, destroyed in the late 10th century, was rebuilt between 1053 and 1067, and continued to be remodelled in the 12th century. There we can admire the cloister, the sarcophagus of San Ramón and the High Reredos.