This small village is located on the Guatizalema River plain.
A few kilometers from the capital, Pueyo de Fañanás features a simple urban layout with buildings constructed in adobe, rough ashlar, and masonry, traditional architectural materials used extensively throughout the region.
Located on a small promontory, Pueyo de Fañanás provides views over the Somontano region of Hoya de Huesca.
Its simple church, tucked among the other buildings in the village, dates back the 16th century, although it was remodeled in later years, particularly during the 18th century.
The village is also part of the Camino de Santiago (St. James Way) which, starting in Catalonia, passes through several villages and towns in the region, both in the Somontano and to the north.