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.
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).