In the Boeza River valley, nestling among the mountains at an altitude of 1,200 metres, lies Colinas del Campo de Martín Moro, part of the municipality of Igüeña, situated in the far east of the Bierzo region. This fertile land is of immense ecological value, dotted with birch, oak, holly, service, hazelnut and yew trees, as well as redcurrant bushes and a host of wild flowers.

One of the highlights of its built heritage is the bridge that links the two parts of the town, although the right bank is more built up. Indeed, the village nestles around the Roman bridge that crosses to the other bank, where the church stands. Huddled around are the houses and kitchen gardens that are typical of this area.