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Welcome to Morillo de Tou - Holiday Village in the Pyrenees

 

Morillo de Tou is a Holiday village in the Aragonese pyrenees, just 4 kms from the medieval village of Aínsa (Huesca), it’s at the gateway to the central pyrenean mountain range and close to the Ordesa and Monte Perdido National Park. 

 

Morillo offers a wide range of accomadation (camping, bungalows, hostels, apartaments, ...), facilities and services (bar-restaurant, playgrounds, conference rooms, multi-use spaces, ...).

 

And in summer we have a swimming pool, a supermarket, a library and a lively children’s entertainment service. Look no further for the ideal place to enjoy your family holidays in one of the Pyrenees most stunning locations. 

 

Our facilities can be tailored to suit the needs of any of guest: families travelling with children, groups of friends or family celebrating something special, schools or colleges on an educational or end of year trip. We also cater for weddings, christenings and confirmations as well as businesses wishing to organize staff holidays, work seminars, training courses and congresses

 

Owing to its prominent position at the confluence of the Ara and Cinca rivers,   Morillo de Tou is said to be at the gateway to the Ordesa and Monte Perdido National Park, and the four valleys that lie within it (Ordesa, Pineta, Añisclo y Escuaín). Its also a stone’s throw away from the Sierra de Guara natural park.

 

 

So as you can see, it’s the perfect place to spend your holidays in a rural mountain atmosphere with a huge choice of lively activities such as hiking, canoeing, white water rafting, canyoning and a variety of day trips to choose from. Morillo is also a colaborating member of the Zona Zero mountain bike centre Aínsa-Pirineos and the Sobrarbe Geoparque.

 
Morillo de Tou is a village that has been brought back to life; as its land, like many other villages in the Sobrarbe area and throughout the Pyrenees, was expropriated in the 1960’s for the expansion of the Mediano reservoir. As part of a an initiative by the   CCOO union of Aragón , the restoration and reconstruction of the village got under way and many years of effort and work gave rise to a stunning holiday resort which opened to the public In 1985.