It is a typical mountain village due to its proximity to Sierra Aitana, the highest mountain in the province. Many tours that cross the district start from this town. The landscape is wild and you can practice hunting and mushrooms collecting in winter. Historically it was inhabited by Moorish until they were expelled by Felipe III and it has been legally linked to Penáguila. Within the town there is an interesting medieval center formed by the remains of the Marqués de Malferit palace. Nowadays, the agriculture is its main productive activity. They produce oil and cultivate fruit trees.