Armband for Albacete Balompié VS SD Huesca
SD Huesca will travel to Albacete away from home in the next LaLiga SmartBank fixture of the 2022/23 campaign to play at Carlos Belmonte stadium. Our captain will wear a special armband that has been tailored for the occasion.
This year, thanks to Huesca La Magia, we’ll pick different highlights in our province and spread them out all over the country. In this case, the armband represents two wetlands of great interest, always very busy when it gets warm. We’re talking about Lagunas de Ruidera Natural Park (Albacete) and Salto de Bierge, in the Natural Park of the Mountains and Gorges of Guara (Huesca).
Both places have been synthesised into basic shapes in order to continue with the series of designs.
Lagunas de Ruidera (Albacete)
Lagunas de Ruidera was declared a Natural Park in 1979. It’s one of the most spectacular landscapes in Spain thanks to its high diversity of species of flora and fauna and the enormous turquoise blue waters of its lakes, providing a contrast to the otherwise arid surrounding landscape. In spring, when the water reaches its maximum flow rate, the lakes merge forming small waterfalls.
Besides, the lakes offer a wide variety of activities, such as hiking, surfing and kayaking. In summer, swimming and fishing in certain areas is allowed, too.
Salto de Bierge (Huesca)
There’s no beach in Huesca, but we have plenty of rivers and natural areas. The perfect plan for August!
Salto de Bierge and its surroundings are among the best places to swim in Huesca to get in touch with nature. This 10-metre-high waterfall is a highlight of the area, attracting many visitors, especially in summer, who practise kayaking.
Click here to find out how get there to enjoy this and many more activities in Huesca.