Municipalities and Villages in Sobrarbe
o Inhabitants: 24. The whole municipality counts 104 inhabitants.
o Height above sea level: 713m
o Name of its inhabitants: barcabense
o Local Holidays: 14th and 16th August, main Holiday, Virgin of August and 22nd November
o Monuments: Baroque Parish Church. In the outskirts, we find Virgen de la Sierra Hermitage, some dolmens and cave paintings too.
It is located in the foothills of the Pyrenees, next to the Vero River, in the Sierra y Cañones de Guara National Park. The following villages depend on its municipality: Almazorre, Betorz, Erípol, Hospitales, Lecina, Mesón de la Potenciana, Santa María de la Nuez and Suelves.
In Bárcabo, houses have big chimneys and wooden screen balconies. The village is divided into two neighbourhoods. At the end of the street, we find the church, devoted St. Cecilia. It has a Romanesque origin, as it can be noticed from its apse, at the foot of the current 17th century Baroque church, built overlapping the former one. Underpitched vaulted nave. The tower preserves the Romanesque Chrismon. Next to the church, we find the remains of an old castle.
We can also visit Casa Lueza, preserving its tradicional fireplace and a cobbled paving drawing room, built in 1634.