Its buildings are characterised by large cone-trunk chimneys with the traditional “scare-witches” on their upper part, to protect the home from wicked spirits, and their rock coverings.  The parish church is dedicated to San Vicente, and is an XVIII century work with a Romanesque carving of the Virgin seated (XII century).  Also the St. John the Baptist XI century Mozarab hermitage from Serrablo of the Virgin of the Rivers, and the inns which, according to legend, were inhabited by the Moorish queen, better known as the “Morgana”, are some of its more interesting features.