This village is built around one street.  An outstanding feature of its architecture are the large chimneys with space for the bell inside the homes.  The Casa de Juan, 1551, and the Casa de Simón, XVIII, are good examples of the architecture, as well as the parish church and the Santa Isabel and the Santa María hermitages, all Romanesque in style.  The enormous chimneys are often crowned with “scare-witches”, supposedly to protect the houses.