To the north of Tierra Buxo, and forming the horizon line, we find the Pyrenees. A panorama from the Vignemale to the summit of Cotiella, in the centre of which is the Tres Serols – Monte Perdido massif.
Pyrenees-Monte Perdido is a spectacular mountainous landscape on the French-Spanish border that includes two National Parks: the National Park of Ordesa and Monte Perdido in the province of Huesca and the eastern part of the Parc National des Pyrénées on the French side. Its natural wealth, together with the landscape shaped by man, earned it inclusion on the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1997 and recognition as a natural and cultural asset.
From Tierra Buxo you can reach the different valleys and canyons that make up the National Park: Ordesa, Añisclo, Escuaín and Pineta.
Other valleys such as Chistau, which includes the western area of the Posets-Maladeta Natural Park, with incredible places such as Ibón de Plan or Basa de la Mora, can be reached in the same time.
A little further on, crossing the Bielsa-Aragnouet tunnel, on the French side of the mountain range, we find the Vallée d’Aure and the Vallée du Louron. Valleys with alpine vegetation due to their Atlantic orientation, contrasting with the limestone massifs of the southern slopes.
Excursions, all of them easy to cover in a day, for which the hotel offers a picnic service.