It is a municipality, whose wide territory surrounded by mountains is crossed by the Amador River, which in its day produced two reservoirs: the one with the same name, and the Relleu reservoir, already disused. The other geographical characteristic element is the enormous ravine of the Cueva. The traditional agricultural activity under the protection of the great fertility, consequence of the river´s water abundance is being progressively abandoned in favor of residential and rural tourism. Nevertheless almond and oil industries are preserved. In Relleu, there are good monumental icons worthy of being visited, such as its parish church of San Jaime, as well as the characteristic "masos" or agricultural haciendas from which La Garrofera stands out. There are also two defensive towers: Casa Balde and La Vallonga. Finally, this cultural offer is completed with the Municipal Ethnological Museum recently inaugurated in the old town hall.