It is the liveliest city in the Pyrenees, where life, adventure sports and a great cultural and artistic heritage converge.
Jaca is a city full of life in any season of the year, with streets packed with shops, bars and restaurants.
Much of its good atmosphere is due to its proximity to the winter resorts of Astún and Candanchú, in addition to the beautiful environment filled with the nature that surrounds it and its vast monumental heritage.
Jaca is a festive and cheerful city, especially in the festivals of the Primer Viernes de Mayo (First Friday of May) and the Folk Festival of the Pyrenees, both declared Festivals of National Tourist Interest.
From its extensive heritage, we can highlight he Romanesque cathedral, which arose linked to the new kingdom of Aragon and the Camino de Santiago (The Way of St. James ), becoming a church of reference.
In its magnificent Diocesan Museum you can admire one of the best collections of medieval paintings in the world. Don't miss its imposing Citadel and watch the deer that live in it.