The medieval village of Berdún, set in stunning landscapes against the majestic backdrop of the High Pyrenees, makes a great base for a one-week workshop with acclaimed landscape photographer Joe Cornish.
The mountains of the Pyrenees create a formidable barrier that separates the Iberian Peninsula from the rest of Europe. Stretching for more than 490 kilometres, and rising to an altitude of just over 3,400 metres, these mountains form the natural border between Spain and France. Trails run the entire length of the range, linking various national parks, while there are only a limited number of passes that cross from one country to the other.
On their southern or Spanish side, the Central Pyrenees loom over the ancient kingdom of Aragón. The landscape is one of rolling foothills, lush forests, and ribbons of cliffs capped by rocky upper slopes draped in snow. Whether you visit in winter or in summer, the panoramic views are a delight to behold. Aside from the area's natural beauty, its unique culture and history is another major draw as the many historic towns and villages along the foot of the range have a unique and timeless charm.
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