Tierrantona and the valley of La Fueva

One of Sobrarbe’s unknown valleys. You’ll find some real heritage gems, especially Romanesque, in this peaceful setting with its beautiful natural landscape.  You can follow a Romanesque La fueva signed route by car.

San Juán de Toledo: Its 11th century Romanesque church with splendid frescos from the 16th century is a national monument.


Muro de Roda: A walled Romanesque fort built for defence. Impressive, panoramic views.


Santuario de Bruis: Next to Palo. A place of devotion for the people of La Fueva.



Countless hamlets and villages with typical Pyrenean buildings: Luján, Trillo, Troncedo, Pano, etc.


Traditionally relying on agriculture and livestock farming, the valley of La fueva is now opening up to the all important industry of rural tourism.

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