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This is the climate diagram in Jaca. This year, August will have higher average temperatures. On the contrary, the coolest month is February. The rainiest month is August while the driest month is August.
Travel back in time with a Jaca holiday letting
Otherwise known as the 'pearl of the Pyrenees', Jaca, Spain, is a major stop on the road to Santiago de Compostela. It's worth making the pilgrimage to holiday cottages in this bustling city, even if you're not following the Camino de Santiago.
Castles and cloisters
San Pedro Castle, or Jaca Citadel, is the last remaining military fortress in its style to be left standing in the world. It was built in the 16th and 17th centuries by King Philip II on a pentagonal plan, within which you'll find the Military Miniatures Museum. While deer roam the former moat, the structure has lost none of its majesty.
San Juan de la Peña Monastery's 'new' Baroque building dates to the 17th century, and its old Romanesque building is from the tenth century. Don't miss your chance to stroll through its ancient cloisters.
Skis and pilgrims
In season, the slopes of Astún Ski Resort attract skiers from across Europe. Altitudes range from 1,600 to 2,500 metres, and the resort offers a wide variety of pistes to suit all experience levels.
Travel more than a thousand years back in time at Jaca Cathedral, which dates to the 6th century. It is considered one of the masterpieces of the Spanish Romanesque period, and an important stop on the Camino de Santiago.
Make the pilgrimage to these festivals
On the first Friday of May, a medieval battle is waged in Jaca. Jousts, tournaments, and other historical re-enactments recall a medieval battle that took place here. A colourful flag waving show joins ancient Aragonese sports like javelin.
The pan-European celebration of Santa Orosia finds representation in Jaca in the form of traditional dances performed in the Pyrenees for hundreds of years. You'll hear the sounds of ancient sacred instruments, including that of the surprisingly versatile three-holed flute.
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