You will pass through a brief section of modern rural expansion before crossing the río Iranzu by way of a double arched Romanesque bridge to enter the old town. Do pay a visit to the Iglesia de Nuestra Señora de la Asunción.
Food: For lunch, check out Bar Lara. At least one local describes the food as 'freakie good'. And for dinner Bar El Rebote. If you're just passing through and need a break or coffee, the polideportivo (sports hall at entrance to town) or the panaderia will suffice.
The Virgen is celebrated on the 15th of August. The celebration of San Veremundo is held on the 8th of March.
As far back as Puente la Reina artifacts proving previous Roman occupations have been uncovered. In fact, much of the road between here and there, apart from the stretches obliterated by the new A-12, was originally a Roman road.