Located in the Sierra de Marcuello, the village of Linás is a quaint hamlet that adapts to the uneven terrain by staggering the houses, which are grouped on either side of the main street that ends at the start of the trail to the Chapel of Nuestra Señora de Marcuello.

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The place name Linás is often linked to the ancient cultivation of flax in the area.

The Parish Church of Santa Ana is a simple rough ashlar building, except in its corners, constructed in smooth ashlar.

Its main attractions include the Rural School Museum, located in the village’s former school; the museum opens its doors to visitors every summer.

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