Come with us to live the adventure of a lifetime.
From the 24th of July till the 4th of August we will be travelling all around Aragón. Our journey will take us from the cultural diversity of Zaragoza, through the hidden mysterious castles of ancient times to the most amazing natural landscapes of the Pirineos.
Meanwhile, our players will have to overcome their fears and challenge themselves in all kind of adventures in order to beat the game of SUmanji.
Do you dare to roll the dice?
SUmanji: welcome to Aragón!
Zaragoza City of AEGEE-Zaragoza, historical landmark and capital of Aragón.
Murillo de GállegoIt is a town in an impressive environment, between the majestic mountains and rocks and next to the wild waters of the river.
The river is an ideal place to practice adventure sports like rafting but also for relaxing walks and baths on its river beach.
The town, which was an important fortification of the high Middle Ages, retains in its unique old town remains of the castle of the XI century.
OrdesaThe National Park of Ordesa and Monte Perdido, formed by four valleys and a central mountain massif, is one of the most interesting and unique places in the Pirineos. The landscapes, climate, flora and fauna have made it not only the second oldest National Park in Spain, but also the Biosphere Reserve, Special Protection Area for Birds, a Site of Community Importance and a World Heritage Site. by UNESCO. Glaciers, mountains, forests and waterfalls welcome a multitude of animals.
From its lowest point above sea level, at 700 meters, the park rises and its nature changes to 3,335 meters of Monte Perdido.
AyerbeAyerbe is a town in the province of Huesca belonging to the Hoya de Huesca region. It is located 28km from the capital and 582m high. It is located between the mountains of Loarre, Las Peñas
de Riglos and the reservoir of the Sotonera, in the bed of the river Gallego.
As passage of the Roman road that led from Caesaraugusta (Zaragoza) to Summum Portus (now Somport, the border with France), it has always been considered the “threshold of the Pyrenees”.
MunébregaIt is a town of Mudejar style dating from the XIV century. Preserves altarpieces from the XVI to XVIII centuries. In addition, there is evidence of the existence of a Celtiberian settlement, since remains of this civilization have been found that prove the antiquity of this municipality. The reservoir that is in the surroundings was made more than 600 years ago.