It is the highest town in the province with 1108m. altitude, at the foot of the Sierra de Santa Cruz del Sistema Ibérico.

Stresses the church dedicated to the Virgin of the Assumption s. Eighteenth floor in a Greek cross inscribed in a square of Baroque style. Its tower is the bottom of the castle and the square perimeter marking, although its brick bell tower is topped. The church contains altarpieces acetate Gothic and Baroque.

There are three chapels, Santa Barbara, the Holy Christ and the Virgin of Guialguerrero. Special mention to the latter because it is a set of house church and hermit who could be traced back to the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries under the influence of the Baroque style. It is located in a deserted medieval, possibly into 1205 as cited Villarguerrero or Villarguerro, and it was abandoned in the mid-fourteenth century.

Stresses andl Peirón named Pilar de la Muela, with the name of San Antón.

Guialguerrero is a freshwater lake located near the hermitage of the same name, including fields that collects water from the Weir Canyon and other small depressions. Keeps the water most of the year, allowing the survival of many aquatic communities as coots, grebes, mallards, teals, etc.. It is a privileged place for birdwatching.

Portada de la Iglesia de la Virgen de la Asunción
Detalle casa
Iglesia dedicada a la Virgen de la Asunción
Detalle casa
Detalle casa
Retablos de estilo gótico y barroco
Detalle casa
Torre del antiguo Castillo (ahora de la iglesia)
Detalle de puerta
Pinturas en la iglesia

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