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Almost as though carved from the rock itself, Alquézar overlooks the Sierra y Cañones de Guara Natural Park and is one of Aragón’s most attractive old towns. A labyrinth of cobbled, winding streets and low archways coil around the town’s central square, and many of the buildings’ facades bear coat-of-arms motifs dating back to the 16th century. The uniquely shaped town square, formed with no
cohesive plan or architectural style, has a porched area that was built to provide shelter from the sun and rain.
Tucked neatly above the headwaters of the Bidasoa River, beneath the peak of the 3,545-foot Gorramendi Mountain that looms over the border with...
The village of Beget, considered Catalonia's més bufó (cutest), was completely cut off from motorized vehicles until the mid-1960s, when a...