The hamlet of Fañanás gradually ascends towards the Parish Church of San Juan Bautista. This 16th-century building features a delicate interior and a bread oven just outside the door. The bread oven was built inside a manmade cave carved out of the stone ledge upon which the church was built. There are a series of descending steps carved out of rock that lead to the cave. After its restoration in 2002, this cave has served as a small museum of bread, providing information about different types of bread with a special focus on the history of bread in Hoya de Huesca.


The Chapel of the Virgen de Bureta is located a little over 2 kilometers away in a megalithic area and offers magnificent views of the plain and Fañanás.

In addition to the church, the bread oven, and the chapel, the village has a medieval mill of great anthropological value.