Located in the province of Zaragoza, at the foot of Sierra de Algairén mountain range on the Alpartir River.
The main sources of wealth are olive oil, vineyards and almonds.
It is necessary to divide the town itself: first, the oldest part with medieval characteristics, located on the hill of Mosan, and secondly, the modern part and wineries in the lower part on both sides of the river. In this more modern area is the renaissance church, Nuestra Señora de los Ángeles, from the 16th century, whose portal is on the side of the building. The upper part of the tower is from improvements made in the 18th century, made of brick and closed by a pyramid-shaped metal structure, which houses the bell. The temple contains interesting altarpieces, like the main one of Virgen Mary figue of Nuestra Señora de los Ángeles or the Virgen del Rosario, attributed to the Aragonese painter Felipe Cáceres. There are other good examples of works of art such as an ogee arch corresponding to the façade of a 15th century palace that belonged to the religious order of San Juan de Jerusalén.
The festivities are in honor of San Gregorio, May 9 (pilgrimage), San Gervasio and San Protasio, from June 18 to 21.