Roda of Isábena
Roda of Isábena is a village that is located in the region of Ribargoza in the province of Huesca, more precisely in the town of Isábena.
Is characterized by being the smallest town in the country which has its own cathedral, not to mention that it is a town that has a rich history in every corner. Also, monuments and old buildings of Roda de Isábena are constituted as jewels of Romanesque architecture.
Roda of Isábena has a quaint atmosphere reminiscent of the landscapes described in stories about princesses, knights and castles. This town has beautiful cobbled streets, Roman arches and numerous stone constructions. Also, Roda de Isábena is notable for having been the capital of the region and the episcopal see, ie that housed the bishop's cathedral.
Undoubtedly, this is a Ideal town for people who enjoy history and old buildings of great importance. The Cathedral of St. Vincent Martyr is worth a visit, which can be carried out with guides who instruct the tour.