Rasal is a beautiful town located between the Sierras de Javierre, Loarre and Caballera in the beautiful Garona valley, through which the crystal clear waters of the river of the same name run. As for the buildings, there are still many typical houses with their exposed stone façades, as well as some monumental chimneys that are typical of the area, also made in stone.
Its church of San Vicente Mártir dates back to the 18th century that houses the Romanesque carving of the Black Virgin from the 12th century. There is also another chapel, La Trinidad, located at the foot of the River Garona, with a pleasant and tranquil picnic area and a spring that supplies a beautiful fountain with four pipes with the head of a lion. The jewel of the place is the chapel of San Juan Bautista, located a few kilometres from the town. Although modern in its rectangular nave, it conserves an apse that shares the characteristics of Mozarabic Serrablés Romanesque – a set of churches located a little further north – with beaded archivolts or drums, blind arches and pilaster strips. This is the Romanesque example of the Gállego farthest from the nucleus of San Pedro de Lárrede, from where this unique artistic style emerged.