The five villages in the Valle de Hecho are: Hecho, Siresa, Urdués, Embún and Santa Lucía.  The village’s tranquility, traditional architecture, cuisine, fiestas, and customs are exceptional.


With it´s traditional stone houses, rich history and beautiful surroundings La Villa de Hecho is a perfect place for holidays.

As well as enjoying the mountains, mountain sports, services and restaurants here you can also experience life and customs in the valley. Hear the local aragonés-cheso language, discover its folklore and museums and enjoy fiestas and cultural and sporting events.
"A lovely village in the Aragonese Pyrenees perfect for hiking and taking it easy. It has plenty of culture, beautiful surroundings and not too many tourists"
Lucía R. Tripadvisor

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Link to Hecho


The monastery church is a must see.

Siresa is just 2 kilometers from Hecho and has been inhabited since prehistoric times. Its monastery church of San Pedro (9th – 12th centuries) is a jewel of Romanesque art in Aragón. This is a place of history and legend and the church has many works of art including a stunning 13th Century sculpture of Christ.
"We found this jewel of a monastery in this little, charming village. Seeing the Christ sculpture made the journey really worthwhile. Magnificent. "
Saisel- Vigo Tripadvisor

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Link to Siresa 


At the entrance to the Hecho Valley,  Embún is set on a hill, dominating the fertile land on the right bank of the river Aragón Subordán.

The village is famous for cultivating the delicious boliche beans in the rich soil. Walking around the streets you´ll find some lovely spots and you can find out about the adventures fighting the French of Miguel Sarasa i Lobera - one of the villages most illustrious forbears.
“It's well worth a stop here to visit its ethnology museum and the wonderful bar in the main square”
alonso77 -CIudad Real. Tripadvisor

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Link a Embún


A quiet village hidden between the hills and just 9 km from Hecho

Just as the villagers of the past did, you can hike to this well conserved village of stone houses and a Romanesque church, following the old trail from Hecho. The route takes just 90 minutes. If you walk a Little further you´ll get to the Ermita de Catarecha (chapel) which celebrates its Romeria (fiesta/pilgrimage) at the beginning of June.
"A perfect place to switch off, surrounded by the mountains and really enchanting."
Almudenalop -Madrid. Tripadvisor

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Link a Urdués