San Póliz or San Hipólito is a small uninhabited village located in the north, bordering the Sobrarbe region.

It is located on an elevation of land where there are two large houses, one of which is in ruins, and the other boasts a beautiful, vaulted ground floor and a bread oven. The parish church dates from the 17th or 18th century. Next to it, a tower and an old blacksmith’s shop are preserved.