Villanúa (in Aragonese: Bellanuga) is a Pyrenean municipality in Spain in the north of Huesca province, in la Jacetania, set where the Aragon valley gets wider. Its name refers to the "new village" repopulated in the late 10th century. Villanúa's altitude is 953 m and it covers 58.2 km2. The village is at the bottom of mount Collarada (2886 m) and in 2014 had 475 inhabitants. It is a tourist locality located between Jaca and the ski stations of Candanchú and Astún and near the French border (12 km. by the Tunnel of Somport).
Situated in the Pyrenees, in the peaceful village of Villanúa, Hostal Alto Aragón offers free Wi-Fi in public areas, free ski storage, and rooms with heating.
Hotel Lacasa is located in the village of Villanúa in the Aragon Valley. It offers cosy rooms featuring wooden panelling, a private bathroom, TV and balcony. Ski storage is available.
Roca Nevada Resort offers self-contained apartments with rustic features near Candanchú and Astún ski resorts. It provides an array of sports and activities, thanks to the natural surroundings of the Pyrenees Mountains.
Apartamentos Villanua 3000 is located in Villanua Town Centre. It offers 1, 2 and 3-bedroom apartments with a fully-equipped kitchen. El Juncaral Eco Park is 5 minutes’ drive away.