Roman bridge and archeological remains
The bridge over the Salares river is located on the east side of the hill that the village itself sits on. Built by the Romans, it connects both banks en un fuerte corado. It has one single eye and butress, and its two supporting arms are braced onto the rocky sides of the river. The other interesting archeological remains that have been discovered include the fortress inside the village itself, the remians of the mosque next to the church.
These archeological remains are, today, kept in the Santa Ana church.