It wasn’t part of the plan to skip a mountain day, but it was raining a little, and it is not safe to go into the mountains with a bad weather forecast. I prefer to stay in the region and go sightseeing, since Ainsa is close and has some cultural attractions. The tour consists in travelling from the campsite to Ainsa, eating there at midday, and coming back to have dinner at the campsite.
In Ainsa, you can visit the old town, with an interesting gastronomic offer. For those who are interested in visiting museums, there are two which allow interpreting the village of Sobrarbe: an ecomuseum, about the natural environment of flora and fauna, and a geospace interpretation centre, also of the village, with information about the development of the iron mining business, and the geological structure of this part of the Pyrenees. Both museums can be visited completely in about three hours.
Trip to Ainsa in Wikiloc: http://en.wikiloc.com/wikiloc/view.do?id=4996657
GPS Track for trip to Ainsa download: http://goo.gl/VP5ajm
Distances: Valle Añisclo campsite – Ainsa – Valle Añisclo campsite 25 km