The quaint village of Vicién is located where Hoya de Huesca meets the Monegros.
Its layout, on slightly sloping land, is simple, based on a single street off which all other streets spread until reaching the square where the Parish Church of San Miguel is located. Constructed in the 18th century, the tower dates from the 19th century.
The Chapel of San Gregorio can be visited near the village, as well as an Iberian settlement located in the southernmost part of the village land.
Like other villages in the region, Vicién has an ice house.
Visitors can take a well-marked path to discover trenches from the Spanish Civil War, remains of the darkest episode in Spanish history.
Vicién celebrates its annual festivals on May 9th in honor of St. Gregory, and on September 29th for St. Michael.