Asque belongs to the municipal council of Colungo and is located at the heart of the River Vero Natural Park and deep in the Sierra de Guara mountains.
Its attractive parish church, dedicated to Santa Columba, was constructed around 1885 following the aesthetic norms of the Neo-Gothic style. The interior of the church has one nave with four sections covered with pointed barrel vaults. The west end exterior wall made with stone ashlars also displays Gothic features such as the rose window.
Asque is the perfect starting point from which to discover the rock shelter of Regacens, which boast pre-historic cave paintings and is within easy reach of Alquézar.
Asque is connected with the nearby village of Colungo by means of the Devil’s Bridge.