This village forms part of the Ruta de la Lana (Wool Route) and together with Alcoba de la Torre, the Camino del Cid (Path of Cid). It is called the Pueblo de las 100 Fuentes (Village of the 100 springs) and the pilgrims from La Mancha or Levante use it as a secondary Jacobeo route until Santiago.
It is relatively modern and it is linked to Clunia: an important city of the Celtiberian period. There lies the route between Clunia and Uxama.
Points of Rural Tourism
Finally, we should point out that leather craftwork provides economic support for the village.