Casa Ramón

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Casa Ramón

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Published since 1 November 2004

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  Casa Ramón is NOT pet friendly  

Casa Ramón is a restored seventeenth century house.
Currently divided into three separate dwellings sleeping 8, 4 and 2, set in the last unspoilt valley of the Pyrenees.

It is an ideal place to hear the sound of silence and feel the natural remedy against stress.

The three holiday cottages share a large patio at the entrance, including a summer terrace. Pet friendly.

El Pallé is a holiday cottage featuring very large spaces. It accommodates 8 in four bedrooms (2 en-suite bedrooms and two doubles). TV in rooms and lounge. It has a fireplace. The house also has a kitchen and central heating.

El Troixo is a 4-bed holiday cottage with a double bedroom, one of them is king-sized, and a bathroom. It also has kitchen-living room with fireplace, TV in rooms and lounge, and central heating. It also has a bathroom with hairdryer.

La Caseta can accommodate from 2 to 4. It offers two bedrooms, one double and one king-sized, each with private bathroom and TV. The king-sized bedroom has its own hearth. The kitchen-living room with TV make up the rooms. The house has central heating.

Description Summary:
Heating Terrace Fireplace
Room TV TV Near snowshoe
Patio Near a river  

Environment & Activities Casa Ramón


It is a small quiet rural village in the Chistau Valley surrounded by beautiful mountain meadows and forests.

It is very interesting to visit the Iglesia de San Esteban (16th century), which preserves Tiburcio mummy.
In Sin two ethnographic buildings are preserved - the sawmill and mill. They also retain remarkable elements of the Pyrenean architecture - building in stone, steep slate roofs, and balconies facing the sun ​​under small gables. As a legacy of its past, there are several houses from the sixteenth and eighteenth centuries. Almost all houses have their own shield, combining elements of Spanish and French heraldry. For centuries, its inhabitants had the status of "infanzones", members of the lowest rank of the nobility.
As elsewhere in the valley, livestock has been the main activity, using the pastures that stretch to Punta Suelza.

From Sin, you can do lots of mountain excursions. The Posets-Maladeta and Ordesa and Monte Perdido National Parks are really close, specially the accesses through Pineta Valley and Tella .

They are also very interesting to visit in the valley, such as Plan, San Juan de Plan and its ethnographic museum, and Gistaín.


The valley has a well marked trail network linking the villages and mountains including:
- From Sin to Collado de Cruz de Guardia.
- Ibón de Plan or Basa de la Mora.
- From Saravillo, there is also a forest track to the Ibón.
- The three villages of Sin, Serveto and Señes are known as "La Comuna" the three towns are connected by trails, and from Señes the way up to Gistaín is really interesting and you can do a circuit to return to La Comunca again.

Also - horseback riding, four-wheel-drive car routes, mountain biking, canyoning, rafting, canoeing on high mountain waters, cross- country skiing (20 minutes from Valle de Pineta, in Bielsa) and Alpine (35 minutes away is the French Piau-Engaly Ski Resort).

Activities Summary:
Bike riding Horse trails Hiking
4x4 Routes   

(*) Distances in straight line