The county region of Hoya de Huesca is that area of transition between the pre-Pyrenees, the foothills of the mountain ranges, and the Ebro valley. A large portion of the territory, about a third, is located in the mountains with large forest areas, while the rest consists of great plains of cereal crops. At the centre, is the provincial and regional capital, the city of Huesca.
It extends over an area of 2,525 km2, and includes 40 municipalities with more than 120 towns. The county is home to 66,793 inhabitants, of whom around 50,000 are registered as living in the capital, Huesca.
Owing to its geographical location, with the transition from mountain to plain, Hoya de Huesca has a wide variety of natural assets and tourism resources. It can be divided into four separate zones: