The districts of Salas, Villar and Lombillo, belong to the Ponferrada district, to the south, perched on the slopes towards the Valleys of Compludo and Valdueza, offer a privilege of views towards the Bajo Bierzo and the Sil basin. Place of fertile land, could be the "Vergel" that Plinio discovered. Vegetation dominated by chestnut, walnut, poplar, willow, ash and fruit trees, covering meadows and banks.

With a large number of emblazoned houses, the Church of San Martín stands out, later the Priory of the Compludo Monastery, from the 11th century, reformed and enlarged in the 16th century; it conserves the head and the western cover, formed by double arc of means point. Place of historical and natural wealth.