Agüero, Huesca province, Spain
Residing in the lap of the distinctive pink-grey mountains is the pretty village of Agüero in the Huesca province of Spain. The textured cliffs known as Los Mallos act as a backdrop to the village, making it incredibly photogenic. The miniature village with its 130 inhabitants is a tourist attraction due to the 12th-century Romanesque Church of Santiago. This national monument is also a sight to behold with its intricate carvings of remarkable beasts and religious scenes created by the artist known only as the Master of San Juan de la Pena. If you consider yourself a history buff, a rock climber, or both, put Agüero on your travel list.