Staying in Ainsa on the cheap

Beautiful old buildings on Plaza Mayor, the main square in Ainsa old town and Saint Mary's Church - Ainsa, Spain (11)

Accommodation

Staying in Ainsa in Spain on a budget is potentially a little tricky. There is one youth hostel, but it gets busy very quickly in the summer and places are at a premium. The other budget alternative is camping. Be warned, though, that prices are higher in the peak season (summer months).

Beautiful old buildings on Plaza Mayor, the main square in Ainsa old town and Saint Mary's Church - Ainsa, Spain (11), Staying in Ainsa

Albergue Mora de Nuei (Portal de Abajo 2) offers dormitory beds at 15-17€ and facilities include a terrace, kitchen, and WiFi zone. Breakfast costs an additional 3€.

El Camping Peña Montañesa (Ctra. Ainsa-Bielsa, Km 2) is the closest campsite to Ainsa at 2km north on the Bielsa road and in 2011 for 2 adults and a tent it cost 18€. There is a bar & restaurant on-site and a supermarket to pick up essentials and they also give you a free bottle of wine when you arrive.

Camping Boltaña (N-260 km 442) is located quite far out of Ainsa along the national road N-260. The Tariffs stretch from 4.10-6.75€ for an adult and for a tent: 4.55€ – 7.60€. Bar & restaurant, supermarket and sports facilities for youngsters and a swimming pool.

Camping Aínsa (Ctra. Aínsa – Campo, km 1,500) is the most economical of the campsites around Ainsa. For an adult it costs 5.50€ – 6€ and for a tent 5.50€ – 6€ a night. On-site there is a bar, restaurant, supermarket and a swimming pool.

Internet

WiFi in Ainsa can be a little tricky to find, with only a select number of bars & cafes offering the service. If you are desperate most hotels have a connection but expect to pay high prices for a drink.

written by: Jon

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