Madrid, the national capital, is located about 240 miles (386 kilometers) southwest of Panticosa.
At the very least, see the the Panticosa Ski Resort while in Panticosa.
See firsthand why Aragon is so frequented by travelers from all four corners of the globe, by exploring the numerous natural and man-made attractions within easy traveling distance of Panticosa. If you are after more things to see and do, head to the Jaca Cathedral and Ciudadela in the vicinity of Jaca, which is roughly 17 miles (27 kilometers) to the northeast of Panticosa.
Organize some transportation and head out to Barbastro, a major city for the region, situated some 50 miles (80 kilometers) away from Panticosa. This bigger city offers a number of points of interest, such as Barbastro Cathedral, Bodega Pirineos and Bodega Vinas del Vero. Bodegas Enate, Bodega Blecua and Plaza del Mercado are just a handful of the other visitor attractions that await.
Aragon is well known for its many old towns; these are wonderful reminders of the region's colorful history. You'll find a few moments of relaxation in Aragon's cathedrals.
Unwind like the locals in Aragon. Go bird watching and cycling while you are in the area. Get a different view of Aragon by taking to the skies. Paragliding is a popular pastime here.
As you conclude your vacation, pack your bag and bid Panticosa "Adiós" (farewell).