Not far from Murillo de Gállego, only 4 kilometers from there is Concilio, opposite the Mallos de Riglos and next to centenary oak forest. Its urban setting is in perfect conditions, after 8 centuries and still intact…Its chapel is the Virgen de Concilio. It has a romanesque origin and it was has been national monument since 1931.
By the church there is a straw loft ″Pajar de Chorra″ It still have in great conditions a mozarabic arc, the only remain of an important monastery from the Visigoths that got on fire mysteriously in 1215. The ″Pajar de Chorra″ was declared national monument alike.
Murillo de Gállego has more to offer yet, there is another district 2.5 kilometers from Santa Eulalia, it is Moran, located next to the Gállego river. A very interesting detail is that people have proved that the two first houses were made in the 1700 and one was made on the top side of the village and the other one at the bottom side, so that´s why the name of the places, ″Casa Alta″ (High house) and ″Casa Baja″ (Low house). Each house still has its winery, this show us the wine tradition in the area.
This small village seems as it was time ago, surrounded of hills and cliffs… The farming is in a rough and uneven land divided in stripes (″fajas″) by walls of stones (″margines″) creating terraces in the surface from where we can watch centenary and even millenary olives trees in addition of stunning almond trees and wineries.
We highlight the Moran´s fountain placed at the edge of the village, next to the cliff, with a fine sightseeing surrounded of pines.