Charming village located north of Huesca (Spain), border with France, but without road connection with it. It is 100 km from Huesca capital.
Is the access door to the Ordesa y Monte Perdido National Park, as well as the Broto Valley. With a unique environment. Typical town of the High Aragonese Pyrenees, from where you can see the magnificent Mondarruego (2847m)
It has beautiful corners and period houses built in stone, double-arched windows and noble shields on the facades.
As well as a parochial church of the S.XVI restored, of late Gothic style with Romanesque cover.
Until a few years ago that Torla opened to tourism, its livelihood was livestock and the black market or contraband of the 40-50 years.
It is from its hotels and shelters, unbeatable starting point for a large number of excursions and ascents to mythical peaks that man over the years has tried to crown. From these mountains rises the Ara River, the most beautiful and wild river for rafting, as well as a great variety of canyons and ravines where you can practice canyoning.