Where to swim


1- Sallent swimming pools: Sallent has a 25 x 12.5 m pool and a 5 x 12.5 m splash pool, which is heated by solar panels.

2- Formigal swimming pools: Formigal has swimming pools with a children's area in the lower part of the village, with a daily entrance fee of 5 euros.

3- Lanuza Reservoir: It collects the waters of the rivers Gállego and Aguas Limpias, and there you will also find the Suscalar jetty where you can practise all kinds of water activities or relax with a drink at the bar.

4- El salto de Sallent: You can get there by following a beautiful route that starts at the sports centre in Sallent de Gállego, where you will also find interpretative signs about the flora of the area. Finally, after a 25-minute walk, you will reach the waterfall and its pool.

5- La Sarra reservoir: You can get there by going up the road to La Sarra from Sallent de Gállego, in this area you will also find a picnic area with tables and chairs.

6- Búbal reservoir: The best way to get to the shore is from the old jetty or from Pueyo de Jaca, and apart from enjoying a swim you can also take the longest double zip-line in Europe.

7- Pozas de Escarrilla: From Sallent we take the road towards Escarrilla, after passing the tunnel we park on the right, there we go down to the river bed along the path that leads to the Saldo to find some pools.