This is a lovely little village built on the moraine from the glacier which sculpted the Tena Valley, it's 828 metres high and only 3 km from Sabiñánigo. The area has fertile farmland and pastures producing alfalfa mainly. However the village is more and more dependent on tourism. The village actually belongs now to the municipal area of Sabiñánigo
Architecture Route: The parish church is from the 18thC . It houses a retable from the 16thC that belonged to the Collado Hermitage together with a procession cross of great historic value.
There is a learning centre about Glaciers
Local Festivals: The festival is in honour of San Miguel and takes place at the end of September.