The Pyrenees Restaurants

In the Alta Pyrenees, the cozy stone-wall inns, with their hearty cuisine and comfortable interiors, are a welcome sight after a day's hiking or sightseeing. Often family run and relaxed, they rarely have any kind of dress code and, often, a nourishing meal is brought to a close with a complimentary local chupito (shot) of liqueur, finishing the night off with a satisfying thump. Back down in the main cities, restaurants take inspiration from these traditional methods, but offer a more contemporary style and setting.

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  • 1. El Rebeco

    $$ | Spanish

    In this graceful, rustic building in the upper part of town, the dining rooms are lined with historic photographs of Torla during the 19th and...Read More

  • 2. Galarza

    $$ | Spanish

    The kitchen in this small but stalwart stone town house overlooking the trout-infested Baztán River turns out excellent Basque fare, with a...Read More

  • 3. Los Victorinos

    $$ | Spanish

    Named after a much-feared and respected breed of fighting bull, this rustic tavern, located behind La Seo, is heavily adorned with bullfight...Read More

  • 4. Restaurante Ansils

    $$ | Spanish

    This rustic spot in Anciles is ingeniously constructed of glass, wood, and stone and specializes in local Benasqué and Aragonese dishes, such...Read More

  • 5. Tauèrnes Urtau

    $$ | Spanish

    The area's most happening tapas chain is friendly, fun, and always busy. Customers can help themselves at the bar to an assortment of 40...Read More

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