Finca Villamorena is a single storey house consisting of kitchen, living room, 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. It is built on a plot of 4000m2 where you can enjoy a swimming pool and an adjoining house which has a barbecue. The house is located just 23 kilometers from Avila capital, in the flat and undulating lands of the Moraña, amid open fields planted with cereals.
Nearby there are two small steppe lagoons that serve to drink cattle, the Somadilla and the Prado de la Puerta, and several depopulated: to the north, at the top of the mound called the Cerro, the depopulated Garci Waving ; To the south, bordering the railroad and the terminus of Maello, the depopulated Malucos, and, to the northeast, about three kilometers, just past the railroad, there is a high tower of the depopulated Puebla, called the Aldihuela.
The church of San Isidro Labrador stands out for its grandeur and draws attention because its huge bulrush can be seen from afar.
It was built in the 17th century, with masonry of songs taken with mortar of lime and sand on the walls, reinforced with good masonry on buttresses, cornices, cover and corners.
The brick bulrush is impressive. The interior, in which Pedro de Salamanca intervened, is of a single nave with a vault that covers the presbytery and two lateral chapels.
The main altarpiece, from the 18th century, is dedicated to San Isidro.
Stone Calvary from the church to the cemetery, where is the hermitage of Our Lady of the Angustias.
Ermita de Nuestra Señora de las Angustias, in the cemetery, a short distance from the entrance of the road that leads to the village.
Remains of a mill on the Voltoya River. (I.e.
Source with two pipes built in the time of Carlos IV. (I.e.
The old laundries. They have been restored by placing a glass floor so that the canalizations can be seen. (I.e.
Interesting private collection of trolls of all kinds.