The unique and stylish Huesca is very well known for livestock farming. It lies northeast of Zaragoza, in the region known as Hoya de Huesca, which is dominated by the Guara Mountains to the north and is watered by the Flumen River. There is little industry except for local handicrafts and the manufacture of agricultural machinery. Moreover, public administration, general services, and, to a certain extent, tourism contribute to the city’s economic activity. Huesca has a rich cultural and natural heritage tat attracts thousands of visitors every year. A few kilometres from the capital is the Cañones de Guara Natural Park, a natural area suitable for practising outdoor sports like canyoning. The Aragonese Pyrenees have countless attractions for tourists.