Village located in the middle basin of the Almanzora River, it is surrounded by a rich agricultural environment. The most important monuments are the Parochial Church of Santa María (18th century); the Hermitage of San Antonio, the oldest building in the town; the Church of La Concepción (18th century), with striking paintings by the artist Andrés Ibañez; manor houses; etc .. But its most important architectural jewel is the Sanctuary of the Virgin of the Desamparados del Saliente (S.XVIII). A peculiar sanctuary, since it was designed to be Hermitage, episcopal palace and seminary of missionaries. One of the most important pilgrimage centers in southeast Spain, without a doubt.