How to get there: From the N-330 take the turn-off for Satué and Lárrede at Sabiñánigo. It is also possible to get there from the A-136 from El Portalet to Sabiñánigo, taking the turn-off for Oliván, and subsequently for Lárrede. As you leave the south of Lárrede, take the turn-off that goes to Satué.
Spatial orientation: Upper part of the village
The village of Satué is located in a small valley between Lárrede and Sabiñánigo, under the west side of Santa Orosia Mountain. It has some interesting houses from the 16th and 17th Centuries; the dates can be seen on the houses.
The most important site in the village is the Church, which is one of the Serrablo Churches (11th Century). Of all the churches in the group, along with Saint Peter’s Church in Lárrede, Saint Andrew’s has a near perfect apse.
The Church suffered some serious damage during the Spanish Civil War, but its apse remained intact with its exceptionally beautiful workmanship. Crowning the rectangular nave is a semi-circular apse with a semi dome, a frieze of columns between two cords under the eaves, seven wall arches and in the centre a double-splayed semi-circular arched window. Three semi-circular windows in a triangle form open out onto the gable end. The portal, with a semi-circular double arch,is in the south facade which also has two large windows that are splayed on the inside
The Church has been declared a Property of Cultural Interest (and a Historic/Artistic Monument since 1982).