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* '''The village itself''' - not as old as it appears but full of old alleys and steps.
 
* '''The village itself''' - not as old as it appears but full of old alleys and steps.
 
* '''Siresa''' - a small village higher up the valley where the bus goes if demanded but easily walkable. There is a 9th century monastery here -ask for the key from the house above the bar.In the bar they sell beer in half-frozen glasses(which is great after a long hot walk in the mountains).
 
* '''Siresa''' - a small village higher up the valley where the bus goes if demanded but easily walkable. There is a 9th century monastery here -ask for the key from the house above the bar.In the bar they sell beer in half-frozen glasses(which is great after a long hot walk in the mountains).
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[[Image:Siresa.jpg|thumb|Monastery at Siresa]]
  
 
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Latest revision as of 10:01, 28 April 2010

Hecho (Echo in Aragonese) is a small village in Aragón.

Get in[edit]

Evening bus from Jaca

Get around[edit]

Small and easily walked.

Talk[edit]

Castilian (Spanish) is the official language and is spoken by everyone, but the native language is Aragonese in its local form, called cheso, still used vigorously.

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  • The village itself - not as old as it appears but full of old alleys and steps.
  • Siresa - a small village higher up the valley where the bus goes if demanded but easily walkable. There is a 9th century monastery here -ask for the key from the house above the bar.In the bar they sell beer in half-frozen glasses(which is great after a long hot walk in the mountains).
Monastery at Siresa

Do[edit][add listing]

It's a great base for walking holidays. Spend all day up in the mountains and come back for eating and sleeping. There's a little museum in Hecho, showing rural life with photographs and old farming equipment.It has limited opening hours though.

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Sleep[edit][add listing]

  • Casa Blasquica - near the bus stop. Excellent food.

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