San Isidro Labrador Church.- The present church is from the XIX century, neo-Mudejar style, the one before was destroyed by the earthquake of 1,884. It has three naves, the central is much wider than the aisles, separated by arches resting on cast iron pillars, the aisles are covered with false ribbed vaults, calls attention to the interior flooring, made with small pieces of terrazzo polychrome geometric form. The main façade in brick, takes you to the temple through an arch, on which rest two horseshoe arches and next a triangular pediment.
Vilo Baths.- Arab bath with sulfide and nitrogen water at a constant temperature of about 21ºC. It is located about 2 km from the population.
Cerro de Capellanía.- Located on the banks of the River Guaro, in it are vestiges of the Neolithic period to the I century, of three different cultures, from the remains of a Neolithic settlement in the pre-Roman and Roman cultures, with paved streets and house walls.
Market.- Held every Wednesday morning.