Following the success of the 2016, 2017 and 2018 summer camps, this summer (2019) we will carry out our activity between the Pyrenean town of El Pueyo de Jaca and the town of Torda-Ordesa, next to Ordesa and Monte Perdido National Park.
As always, we will enjoy a privileged environment with the best instructors and the best activities (giant zip line, sports, field trips, camp games, closing disco party…). The camp will take place at the following facilities in the valleys of Tena and Ordesa.
- Quinta Vista Alegre Hostel (Pueyo de Jaca).
- Bubal Complex.
- Bujaruelo Refuge and Camping.
The camp is divided into three age groups:
- 3º – 4º primaria (3rd – 4th grades): Departure on June 8 and return on July 15.
- 5º – 6º primaria (5th – 6th grades): Departure on July 5 and return on July 15.
- 1º – 4º ESO (7th – 10th grades): Departure on July 5 and return on July 15.
The elementary school aged children (3rd through 6th grades) will stay at the Quinta Vista Alegre Hostel in the town of El Pueyo de Jaca.
For the youngest aged children, 3rd and 4th graders, the camp will last 7 days, from July 8 to 15. And for the 5th and 6th graders, the camp will last 10 days, from July 5 to 15.
For the 7th to 10th graders, camp will be from July 5 to 15 and will be divided into two phases, as it was in 2018. The first days will be in the Bubal 3000 Complex, the Bujaruelo camping and the Gavín camping between the Ordesa and the Tena Valleys.
The second phase of the camping will be lodging as a group at the Quinta Vista Alegre Hostel in the town of El Pueyo de Jaca.
We can make changes as needed to accommodate groups.
|9:00-9:45||ASEO Y HABITACIONES|
|9:45||REUNIÓN EN GRUPOS PRESENTACIÓN DEL DÍA.|
|10:00||SALIDA EXCURSIÓN (POZAS, PISCINA, PISTAS DEPORTIVAS, ACTIVIDADES DEPORTIVAS)|
|14:00||VUELTA AL ALBERGUE|
|14:15||COMIDA EN EL ALBERGUE|
|14:45-16:30||TIEMPO LIBRE DESCANSO
|22:00||VELADA Y JUEGOS NOCTURNOS|
El Pueyo de Jaca Hostel
This historical building of the XIX century was converted to a youth hostel to maximize one’s experience in the natural surroundings of the Pyrenees.
The hostel has 16 rooms, distributed on three floors. Different types of rooms are available to accommodate groups, and private or shared bathroom facilities are available. A room accommodated for people with physical disabilities is also available.
Additional hostel amenities include
- TV room
- Classrooms equipped with educational material
- Workshop rooms
- Large garden areas
- Leisure time areas to practice activities
Valle de Bujaruelo Camping
The campsite is laid out on grassy terraces with plenty of shade, blending into the surrounding valley.
To enjoy the peacefulness of the area, motorized vehicles are not allowed in designated areas of the campsite. The two service buildings are modern and well-kept, and are available to the campers. There is also a covered picnic area.
The Turbón springwater fountain supplies drinking water of unbeatable quality.
Located in an exceptional natural setting, the refuge offers both individual and collective rooms: ideal for groups and individuals. This idyllic setting will make you feel special. Come and experience it!
Búbal Formigal 3000 Complex
The Bubal Formigal 3000 Complex is located in the countryside, outside Bubal and less than 1 km from Bubal Lake. It features rustic accommodations and a seasonal outdoor swimming pool. Guests can also enjoy views of the Panticosa Mountains.
The Bubal Formigal 3000 Complex offers chalets, apartments and rooms with heating and a TV lounge. Chalets also feature a kitchen with a microwave, a fridge and an oven.
The Bubal Formigal 3000 Complex is an ideal location for hiking and water sports. The Complex also features tennis courts, a game room and a sports field.
El Pueyo de Jaca
El Pueyo de Jaca is a Spanish town located in Panticosa County, in the Alto Gállego, province of Huesca, Aragón. It is located on the edge of the Búbal reservoir, just where the Caldarés River converges with the Gállego River.
Additional Points of interest
San Miguel Parish Church: expanded in the 18th century from a previous temple dating back to the 16th century.
Casas del Valle: civic building of the 17th century, where the so-called Juntas Generales del Valle (Representative Assemblies of the Valley) took place when El Pueyo was the capital.
La Viñaza Palace: a large manor dating back to the 19th century that was converted into a youth hostel.
El Concellar Bridge: passage on the old Camino Real across the Caldarés River dates back to the 1550, and has since been rebuilt several times after suffering avalanches and severe river floods.
Ordesa y Monte Perdido National Park
Ordesa y Monte Perdido National Park is located in the Huesca Pyrenees, entirely within the Sobrarbe region, Aragón (Spain).
It is the second oldest National Park in Spain after its dedication in 1918.
Apart from being National Park, the park was identified as a Biosphere Reserve in 1977, a Special Protected Area for Birds in 1988, and in 1997 it was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
Albergue Quinta Vista Alegre
22662 El Pueyo de Jaca, Huesca
Refugio de Bujaruelo
22376 Torla-Ordesa, Huesca
Complejo Bubal Formigal 3000
Biescas-Formigal A-136, km 6