This is a town with a lot of history: Almohads, knightly orders, and many others passed through here and left their mark on the town. Due to the construction of the Gabriel y Galán reservoir in the 1970s, the inhabitants were forced to abandon it. In the end, the village wasn’t flooded and is today a ghost town.
It’s being rebuilt and is open to the public but only during the day. The previous inhabitants reunite in their former village in August and November for the Patron Saint festivities. It’s definitely a place you have to see.
The walls that surround the town have doors, and you can access the village quite easily.