Biniés castle is an impressive historical building located in the town of Biniés in the north of the Spanish province of Huesca, Aragón. According to medieval expert Antonio Ubieto Arteta, its origins may date back to the 9th century, even though more reliable evidence suggests that it served as a fortress in the 12th century. Its strategic location above the Aragón river valley would have had paramount importance whilst guarding the Foz de Biniés access road to the Ansó valley in the Aragonese Pyrenees.

Constructed on the remains of the old building previously mentioned, the 16th-century castle was found in a state of disrepair in 1928 as a result of a fire, however between 1996 and 1998, the owners carried out a meticulous renovation on the property.

The building surrounds a grand central patio, framed by four impressive towers, which would once have been covered with a gable roof.

The main staircase which links the ground floor and first floor can be found in the northern part of the castle, whereas the opposite end boasts the formal features of the property, with a chapel displaying classic architectural motifs, an inscription of the 1583 construction date and a multitude of Renaissance-style windows with significant artistic value.