El Pueyo de Jaca
This little historic village sits at 1.091 meters high on the shore of Búbal reservoir where the Gállego and Caldarés rivers meet.
It belongs to the "Quiñon de Panticosa" (how the valley was organised in the XV century) and as it was set near the Royal Path, el Pueyo was from the XVII century the administrative capital of the valley.
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Hoz de Jaca, three different paths to get to Panticosa and O Castiecho viewpoint with an amazing view.
The parish church of St Miguel is of particular interest dating back to the 16thC and built over later in the 18thC.
Viñaza Palace, a hostel nowadays, was befote the holidays residence of Viñaza Count and the place where the Celina's Legend is set.
Special mention must be given to the Concellar bridge, built over the Caldarés river as part of the Royal Path, which dates back to 1550 although it was later rebuilt again.
San José de Calasanz 27th August.