Murillo de Gállego
The town of Murillo de Gállego is framed in a spectacular setting with the imposing Mallos de Riglos in the background, Peña Rueba behind, and the wild River Gállego at its feet.
Murillo presents a charming urban centre formed by an irregular network of streets that have adapted perfectly to the morphology of the land. Housing is mainly stone and rammed earth that are in keeping with the typical architecture of the area. The monumental church of El Salvador stands majestically above the town. Declared a National Monument, it is one of the icons of Aragonese Romanesque art that dominated the area in the 11th and 12th centuries. Inside, the crypt of Santo Cristo is a highlight, consisting of three naves. The importance of this crypt is that it is one of the eight that exist of this type in the Peninsula. Murillo offers a different tourism alternative and one that is in harmony with nature: adventure sports, excursions, hidden corners where you can unwind…