The house is located in a medieval village with narrow, cobbled streets. It is a very pleasant historical site that, when walking through its streets, evokes past times, with a Romanesque church from the XII-XIII century, very well preserved with a Pantocrator in the apse from the altar.
The village is surrounded by olive trees and holm oaks, with an oil mill producing organic oil with Denomination of Origin. In the town center there are several bars, restaurants, pharmacy, doctor and grocery stores. There is a municipal swimming pool, a pediment, a soccer field, a children's recreational area. The town celebrates the Olive Tree Festival in late April, the patron saint festivities in honor of San Quirico and Santa Julita in June, and in September the Cristo del Buen Camino with its typical bull runs and bullfights.