Saint Bartholoméw’s, Gavín
Saint Eulalia’s, Susín
Saint Peter’s, Lárrade
Saint Andrew’s, Satué
Saint John’s, Orús
Saint Peter’ s, Lasieso
Saint John’s, Orús
Saint Eulalia’s, Orós Bajo
Saint Martin’s, Oliván
Saint Mary’s, Isún de Basa
Saint John’s and Saint Mary’s, Espierre
Saint Martin’s, Arto
Saint Martin’s, Ordovés
Saint Michael’s, Orna
Saint Pelagius’ Monastery
Latre and Javierrelatre
Saint Salvador’s, Basarán

Saint Peter’s, Lárrade – San Pedro de Lárrade

Iglesias del Serrablo San Pedro de Larrade


  • Locality: Lárrede
  • Where: Village centre
  • How to get there: From the N-330, at Sabiñánigo take the turn-off for Lárrede. You can get to Lárrede from the A-136 from El Portalet to Sabiñánigo, by taking the road to Oliván.
  • Signposting: Yes
  • Spatial orientation: Area to the west of the village


When visitors arrive in the village of Lárrede they find themselves in a small urban centre with an unusually rich architecture. The Church, abbey and Casa Isábal are all situated around a small square.

Saint Peter’s Church in Lárrede (10th/11th Century) is a perfect example of a Serrablo Church.

The plan of the Church is a Latin cross, formed by a rectangular nave, with two wings forming the transept and a semi-circular apse. This is covered by a barrel vault with five traverse ribs. There is a horseshoe arch at the entrance to the apse, which culminates in a semi dome.

Outside, on the west wall there is a mullioned window with two small horseshoe arches, framed by an alfiz, and the entrance has a horseshoe arch framed by an alfiz.

The apse follows the usual Serrablo model: a frieze of columns under the eaves, seven blind wall arches, and in the centre a small semi-circular arched window.

The bell tower gives the Church its own personality, a unique image. The tower is covered with a hip roof and its four sideshave mullioned windows with three horseshoe arches and cylindrical columns under the alfiz.

The Church has been declared a Property of Cultural Interest (and a Historic/Artistic Monument since 1931).