Locals earn their living only by tourist services; no commercial agriculture is done in Alquezar.
Collegiata de Santa Maria le Major. same hours as in other museums of the city; closes at 7:30pm. Visitors should wait near the entrance for guide to finish with current group and pick up the next one.2€ adults (includes a guided tour).
Alquezar is the main starting point for canyons in Aragon. Operators include:
Alimentacion y Capnoceria, (look for Tabacos sign). Looks like a locals-oriented food shop, but locals consider it extremely expensive and tourists-oriented--and head to Barbastro to buy food.
Restaurants and Cafes
Stewed meats (rabbit, partridge, veal) are the most successful in what can be found in local restaurants.
La Marmita de Guara, Paseo Pilaseras (on the hill over the main street; off the beaten path), ☎ 974 318 956. evening: opens at 9pm. Popular among local climbing and canyoning guides. Only by reservation if you're not staying at albergue with the same name, which it shares place with.Menu of the day €12-€20.
Peña Amán, C/Arrabal, 22 (town's main square), ☎ 974 318 963. Probably the best restaurant among those on the main square. Large salads. Recommended dishes: gazpatxo; rivuelto (local variety of scrambled eggs) with garlic and prawns; veal steaks, both with Roquefort and a-la Pireneas. Red pepper in dishes is normally pickled, not a fresh vegetable.Mains €5.80-14, soups €3.30-4.50, salads €3.80-6.50; starters €4.80-6.90.
La Marmita de Guara albergue, Paseo Pilaseras (on the hill over the main street; off the beaten path). Popular with advanced climbers and others who come to Alquezar exclusively for activities.