Top 10 Things to do in Ainsa, Spain

November 5, 2017 Vergie Nakamoto

Discover the best top things to do in Ainsa, Spain including Plaza Mayor, Chateau d'Ainsa-Sobrarbe, Aventura Raid Sarratillo, Museo de Oficios y Artes Tradicionales de Ainsa, Alto Pirineo, Pub L'Abrevadero, TT Aventura, Aguas Blancas, Eco Museo-Centro de Visitantes, Iglesia de Santa Maria.
Restaurants in Ainsa

1. Plaza Mayor

Plaza Mayor, 22330 Ainsa, Spain
Excellent
58%
Good
37%
Satisfactory
3%
Poor
1%
Terrible
1%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 671 reviews

Plaza Mayor

Reviewed By Jacquelyn N

Who wouldn't want to have lunch in a medieval plaza. It's clean, beautiful, and historic. I took my 6 year old daughter for the day and she loved exploring the castle, seeing the vistas, shopping in tiny gift shops and eating tasty tapas. There were a lot of cyclists and motorcyclists. The area is beautiful and a know area for avid mountain bikers.

2. Chateau d'Ainsa-Sobrarbe

Plaza Castillo, Ainsa, Spain
Excellent
32%
Good
46%
Satisfactory
20%
Poor
1%
Terrible
1%
Overall Ratings

4 based on 307 reviews

Chateau d'Ainsa-Sobrarbe

Reviewed By fbb10

Now is mainly used as a car Park since no visitors' cars are allowed to get into the Plaza Mayor of Ainsa.
There still are the wonderful views all around the Castle walls over the whole dominium and the deep esence of Royalty into tié Tower. It is the top of the amazing experience of visiting the historical Center/capital of the SOBRARBE!
Not to be missed! Great for kids too, next to "Quebrantahuesos" Museum: unique!!

3. Aventura Raid Sarratillo

Avenida Pirenaica 11, 22330 Ainsa, Spain
Excellent
94%
Good
4%
Satisfactory
0%
Poor
0%
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2%
Overall Ratings

5 based on 98 reviews

Aventura Raid Sarratillo

Adventure company with over 30 years of experience behind us in all our activities . We provide the best guides for your unforgettable excursions and activities. Canyoning, Rafting, Hydrospeed, Kayak, Climbing, Paragliding, 4x4, trekking, course, multiadventure and more...

Reviewed By David H - Jersey, United Kingdom

I had an amazing time out, twice, with these guys. White water rafting one day which was a lot of fun, and the second day canyoning. Both were very well priced. I think I paid 45 euros to go canyoning, expecting to go for a couple of hours. We left at 10am and didn't get back until 6pm. They sent me off to get drinks and food for the day then we set off. What an amazing day, all equipment provided, safety conscious and look after you well, even if you're a bit nervous or unsure, they don't push you into things, there's always an easier way down, but jumping is more fun, do it once and you'll want to do more and more.
Thomas was very helpful both before I arrived and when I visited and the other guys were great too.
Pay them a visit in Ainsa, you won't be disappointed.

4. Museo de Oficios y Artes Tradicionales de Ainsa

Plaza de San Salvador, Ainsa, Spain +34 654 26 45 36
Excellent
88%
Good
10%
Satisfactory
2%
Poor
0%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

5 based on 40 reviews

Museo de Oficios y Artes Tradicionales de Ainsa

Are you in Ainsa? Do not miss the Museum of Traditional Arts in the Old Town. It houses an impressive collection of objects and tools on traditional crafts. A trip back in time to learn what life was like in the Pyrenees just a few decades ago. Possibility of guided (spanish) or free visit. Calendar, schedules and prices on the web. Special discounts for groups.

Reviewed By ebrimar - Valencia, Spain

un museo en un muy buen edificio, pero igual podía estar situado en cualquier pueblo de España. muestra como bien dice su nombre, los oficios que se han ido perdiendo y los jóvenes no han conocidom alfarero,herrero,etc etc.

5. Alto Pirineo

Avenida Ordesa 15, 22349 Ainsa, Spain
Excellent
97%
Good
3%
Satisfactory
0%
Poor
0%
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5 based on 32 reviews

Alto Pirineo

Alto Pirine is an Enterprise Active Tourism and Adventure, located in the Pyrenees of Huesca, an strategic area, surrounded by more than 60 Canyons, which makes it the best place in Europe, and one of the best in the world to practice canyoning. We are experts in canyoning, via ferrata, hiking, rafting and multisport tours.

Reviewed By Carolina P

Conocimos a ep, nuestro guía en el barranco. Muy simpático y profesional en todo momento. Atento a todo lo que hacíamos y nos fue dando explicaciones a lo largo de nuestro recorrido. Es una persona que trabaja con ratios pequeños de gente lo que hace que te sientas como en casa. Totalmente recomendable, fue genial !

6. Pub L'Abrevadero

Calle Mayor 3, 22330 Ainsa, Spain +34 606 30 30 40
Excellent
63%
Good
36%
Satisfactory
1%
Poor
0%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 57 reviews

Pub L'Abrevadero

Bar Musical ubicado en el Casco Antiguo de Ainsa. Especialidad en Cerveza nacional, cervezas artesanas, Gin&tonic, mojitos, Whisky, Ron, Vodka, combinados especiales Excelente ambiente El Pub más antiguo de Ainsa con más de 29 años de história

Reviewed By Jankees R - Vught, The Netherlands

Nice small bar with very friendly bartender. More than 41 gins ons menu. We took two different ones. One very pure Monkey 47 and one with different citrus fruit flavours. Both were fantastic and we really loved it. So definitely go there for a shot...MoreThanks for your comments and for your visit.

7. TT Aventura

Avenida Pirenaica 10, 22330 Ainsa, Spain
Excellent
100%
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0%
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5 based on 16 reviews

TT Aventura

We do lots of activities, all of them in the nature. Enjoy them: canyoning, rafting, hiking, climbing, kayak, ski, snowmobile, cano-raft, hidospeed,snow rackets, events organization, bachelor parties

Reviewed By Arneparne - London, United Kingdom

Three generations of our family had an excellent day out rafting. We had complete confidence in our guide, which was reassuring as my mum was a bit anxious to begin with. We also felt lucky to do the third and last stretch of the river...MoreThank you very much

8. Aguas Blancas

Avenida Sobrarbe 11, 22330 Ainsa, Spain +34 974 51 00 08
Excellent
87%
Good
9%
Satisfactory
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Poor
4%
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5 based on 21 reviews

Aguas Blancas

Reviewed By Stu C - Chester, United Kingdom

We had emailed another outdoor activity company in Ainsa (TT)
but, had no response. So, instead, I emailed Aguas Blancas, they replied the same day, we booked our rafting via email and were met in Campo (just on the left as you near the village) by owner, Nacho.
We had a great afternoon rafting down through the beautiful countryside, just the 2 of us and our guide, with Nacho paddling up front in a canoe, nothing too scary but, got a little wet and refreshed on the way down!
Good value for money, highly recommended, thank you.
Stuart & Jo-Anne. UK.

9. Eco Museo-Centro de Visitantes

Plaza Castillo, 22330 Ainsa, Spain +34 974 50 05 97
Excellent
39%
Good
33%
Satisfactory
14%
Poor
11%
Terrible
3%
Overall Ratings

4 based on 27 reviews

Eco Museo-Centro de Visitantes

Museum of Pyrenean fauna including live birds of prey that cannot be released info the wild for a variety of reasons. Amongst these is a Quebrantahuesos.

Reviewed By m_rolrol - Portugal

The ecomuseum is an amazing opportunity to learn more about the nature and wildlife in the Pyrenees and to help the FCQ! The museum has an exhibition slip in different floors. There are beautiful pictures, scale models of different animals, exhibition of videos and also an area with animals (birds) that can't be release into the wild.
The museum is in the castle of Ainsa. Beautiful castle, view and architecture.
Downstairs they have a little shop.
It is also a opportunity to learn more about the FCQ (Fundacion de Conservation del Quebrantahuesos) and their amazing work in the preservation of endangered species.
We loved, learnt and definitely we will return.

10. Iglesia de Santa Maria

Calle Mayor 12, 22330 Ainsa, Spain
Excellent
40%
Good
40%
Satisfactory
20%
Poor
0%
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0%
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4 based on 15 reviews

Iglesia de Santa Maria

Reviewed By AQUARIO69 - Salamanca, Spain

Esta Iglesia de Estilo Románico,declarada Monumento Histórico-Artístico y construída en la segunda mitad del S. XII,es una joya ubicada en el centro de Ainsa,junto a la Plaza Mayor;destaca su Torre,a la cual se puede subir por 1€ y disfrutar de las mejoras vistas de la Villa;destacan también en la Iglesia,el Claustro y la Cripta del Santísimo;es una de las visitas obligatorias en esta localidad oscense.

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