Tramacastilla de Tena. Located at 1.224 meters of altitude, in the valley of Tena, in Pyrenees of Aragon, it is a small typical mountain town that rests in a sunny slope that dominates the bottom of the valley. Between large houses of family of noble bearing, a small Romanic church of XII century was discovered. Inside it, there is an excellent Renaissance altarpiece of century XVI dedicated to San Martin.
Going up to France and to the left, Tramacastilla de Tena is hidden between pines, oak woods and meadows. The landscape seen from the Cabezos of Santa Marina and Sandurico is matchless. In the horizon, arrogant and brave, Peña Telera and Peña Blanca rise, and on their base is located the marsh of Búbal.
Most of the route from Madrid, Barcelona, Bilbao and San Sebastian is crossed by freeways or highways. The roads of the valley assure comfortable access to any village of Valley de Tena and of course, also to Tramacastilla de Tena.