The peaceful village of Aniés is found halfway between Bolea and Loarre.

Its streets are home to interesting 17th- and 18th-century aristocratic houses and its Parish Church of San Esteban, like those of other villages in the region, dates back to 12th-century Romanesque style, its shape modified over the centuries in different styles, enriching both the church's structure and interior.

However, Aniés' most fascinating attraction is its rock-carved Chapel of the Virgen de la Peña, a highly revered sanctuary in the area. Clinging to the rocky mountainside, it seems as if it were floating in air, and the Church is framed by one of the most visible cavities on the south slope of the Sierra Caballera.

The rock-carved Chapel of San Cristobal is located in the same mountain range and can be reached from Aniés and Bolea. The village is also crossed by a range of different routes and trails: the trail to the Loarre castle, the third stage of the Hoya de Huesca nature trail, the trail to to Rasal...

The village celebrates its annual festivals on May 9th in honor of St. Gregory, on August 6th to celebrate St. Stephen, and participates in the special yearly pilgrimage to the Virgen de la Peña.

A region, four spaces of contrast

Routes and trails