It is located in the watershed Pancrudo- Jiloca and its altitude allows to see a landscape full of cultivated terraces that change color according to the time of year. Behind the church, it is located the Jiloca Viewpoint from which you will see magnificent panoramic views to the Jiloca Valley and beautiful landscapes that will give the visitor an unforgettable feeling of freedom and peace.
The Parish Church of St. Juan Bautista, built on a Baroque style has in its interior interesting treasures like the main altarpiece and also a chapel called “Lagunilla”.
Strolling around town, you will see numerous examples of traditional constructions, among which stand out the preserved remains of the Santiago Chapel and the Santo Cristo Chapel, decorated internally by a recognized local painter called Quinita Fogué.
The Town Council still preserves, and reused as a bar, the “lonja-trinquete” composed by three arches.
In the entrance of the village, there is an ancient example of the “hydraulic set”, that is the best preserved among the existing ones in the Jiloca area. This set includes a fountain from which the water goes to the watering trough and after that to the washing place. These elements are surrounded by a great number of vegetable gardens.
- La Caridad and Archaeological Sites
- The Jiloca River and wetlands
- Civil War Trenches
- The Jiloca Viewpoint
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