Borda Bisaltico is an old farm used for farming and cattle raising, now rebuilt by a local family for tourism use. It is located in the Natural Park of the Western Valleys, very close to the Selva de Oza, where the visitor can enjoy beautiful walks and excursions around our virgin mountains and forests, as well as other activities in the middle of nature, surrounded by unique flora and fauna.
A “Borda” is a typical stone building found in the mountains and scattered among fields, so they make up this peculiar landscape of the Aragonese Pyrenees. They consisted of two floors; on the ground floor the cattle were kept, and on the upper floor the grass was stored. The term “Borda” identifies both the building and the fields that surround it, and so the “Bordas” were properties located halfway between the villages and mountains, and used to shut cattle up in spring before going up to the mountain passes and in autumn before going down to the village when the first snows appeared.