What to see?
What to see?
February, 2024
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What is a promotional code and what is it for? With a discount code or promotional code, you will get other benefits in addition to the basic rate conditions. How is it used? If you already have a code, just enter it in the Promotional Code box and start the booking process. If the booking meets the conditions for the code, it will be automatically applied to the booking. General conditions of use:

  • A promotional code can only be applied to the accommodation and board part of your booking.
  • Any discount that is associated with your promotional code cannot be applied to the complementary product part of your booking.
  • Only one promotional code can be applied to any one booking.
  • SOMMOS Hoteles reserves the right to apply or not apply a promotional code.
  • Apart from the general conditions of use, each promotional code has specific conditions. These conditions can be seen on the information page of the campaign or offer relating to the code (for example, code expiry dates and the hotels to which the code can be applied).

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Benasque: what to see?

Benasque is a truly attractive location, encompassing a mediaeval town centre with a multitude of buildings, squares and nooks to explore.

Do you want to know what to see in Benasque? Follow us around this gorgeous mountain location on a magical walk through cobbled streets and beautiful buildings of great historical interest.

Benasque: what to see?

Santa María La Mayor Church

Classified as Aragonese Cultural Heritage, Santa María La Mayor Church in Benasque lies in the main square next to the town hall. This Romanesque building takes the shape of a Latin cross, split into four sections, with four chapels on the Gospel side and a further three on the Epistle side. This, in addition to another chapel and two rooms at the base of the nave.

Benasque: what to see?

Palace of the Counts of Ribagorza

The fortified palace pertaining to the Counts of Ribagorza is among those castles considered Places of Cultural Interest and plays host to a wide range of cultural activities. Rectangular and Renaissance in style, this building was constructed from irregular stones and mortar. Semi-circular arches are found atop doors and windows, complete with mouldings and carved figures.

Benasque: what to see?

Casa Juste Tower

Built in the mid-16th century, this is one of the town's most emblematic buildings. Located down a narrow street in the centre of Benasque, this tower stretches 18 metres high into the heavens. It has served as both refuge and a point of defence for residents, while there is a living space in the low-lying rectangular section alongside.

Benasque: what to see?

Casa Faure

Casa Faure is an old homestead that belonged to various families from the town in the 18th century; featured here are the coats of arms of the Ferraz and Azcón families in unison. Its architecture is worthy of note thanks to the tower with its hip roof in slate, with a lower section featuring a dual pitch truss.

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