At an altitude of more than 900 metres, it is one of the highest and most isolated villages in the Cultural Park. The country houses extend along the southern side of the hillock, in the heart of the Biello Sobrarbe.
Consisting of two neighbourhoods: one surrounding the church and the other lower one, Samper.
Numerous constructions continue to preserve the old stone tile roofs, although the contemporary way is to substitute it for Arabic roof tiles or other more modern materials.
You can find unique elements, such as cobblestone streets, stone amulets used to ward off witches (“espantabrujas”) in the chimneys or the windows, and well-constructed arches over the doorways, as well as the church of Santa Eulalia (16th century).