Huddled on the slope of El Mariscal Hill, it overlooks the stunning landscape of the Sierra de Francia mountain range, with notable peaks such as La Mina, El Pendón, Cabezarrasa and La Cabezuela, and the Grande, Valdelatienda and Cavadilla valleys. These lands are bathed by the rivers of Francia and San Benito, in what has to be one of the most breathtakingly beautiful settings in the area.

Behind a row of oaks is the sanctuary, the place where the image of its patron saint was discovered: "the Virgen del Robledo", where the remains of the prophetess Juana, the "Holy Moza", lie, along with the by Simón Vela, characters linked to the appearance of the Dark Virgin of La Peña de Francia.

Its rich heritage includes the layout of the streets, the emblazoned houses, pens and wineries that jealously guard the secrets of its mountain wines. Sequeros also boasts modest numbers of olive and fruit trees. In short, this is a source of natural wealth.