A charming spot where the River Ebro meanders through Loras, forging deep ravines between the rocky masses. The spell cast by a country house half hidden among the leafy woods of holm and gall oaks, junipers, yews and maple trees.

This municipality dates back to the 8th century, when the Monastery of San Martín played a vital role in the repopulation of the area. The town was later home to several noble families whose principal legacy was the Palace of Los Gallo. The Church of La Asunción de Nuestra Señora, an elaborately decorated Romanesque temple, stands at the highest point of the town. This is a place of great historic and environmental value.