Aínsa, is located at the confluence of the Ara and Cinca rivers, under the watchful eye of the Peña Montañesa crag, and is undoubtedly one of the towns that has best preserved its medieval essence in its old town.
In 1965, it was declared a Historic-Artistic Ensemble and as such retains a charm that can only be discovered by strolling through its cobbled streets.
The nerve centre of the town is its porticoed and beautiful Plaza Mayor (Main Square). In the background stands the Romanesque church of Santa María, considered one of the best examples of the Alto Aragon Romanesque.
Continue your visit by strolling through the remains of its castle, where the Castillo de Aínsa International Music Festival is held every summer.