This is the biggest and the main town in the Alto Gállego area. It lies at an altitude of 698 metres and has a long industrial tradition in chemical, metal and pharmaceutical industries. Sabiñánigo is also proud of keeping its cultural and historical heritage alive.
Testament to this are its museums: The Angel Orensanz Museum and the Artes de Serrablo which collects material and artefacts from all over the Pyrenees and is a venue for cultural events. There is also Museum / Gallery of drawings called Julío Gavín – Castillo de Larrés in a restored castle from the middle ages and has a collection of over 2,000 works from artists such as Pablo Serrano, José Guerrero, Zuloaga, and Dalí among others.
The Serrablo churches are also nearby and well worth visiting.
Sabiñánigo is a town that mixes industry and culture and is a good base to see and enjoy the Pyrenees with outdoor fun and adventure.
SPORT AND LEISURE FACILITIES
Heated swimming pool, summer outdoor pool (adults and kids), fronton, tennis, climbing wall, football fields, sports centres, athletics grounds and playgrounds, etc.
MOST POPULAR WALKS AND EXCURSIONS
To Cartirana village, to Rapún or to Sabiñánigo Alto.
ARCHITECTURE MUSEUM ROUTE:
Church of Santa María 10thC, Ángel Orensanz Museum, the Serrablo Romanesque churches, Draw Museum in Larrés Castle
LOCAL FESTIVALS AND EVENTS
The 25th of July the feast of Santiago.
The Quebrantahuesos and Treparriscos cycling races take place at the end of June.