The other villas and Romanesque tombs found in this
term give us the first references about the origins of this population.
The XVIII century was, as in many villages of the
region, a grow thing and expanding period.
The main activity of this population was the production
of vines and wines, and also the dry land agriculture characteristic of the
zone: almond trees, olive trees, hazels and cereals. The plain lands allow the
good use of agriculture.
The important production of wine gives rise to the
creation of liquor factories at the XIX century, which will complete the
wine-producing activity of the village.
The streets are flat and the houses short. They are
located on a hill that headlines vast landscape. Many of the streets are drawn
up in the direction of the country field, from where a nice perspective can be
In the unevenness of the hill, old entrance halls and
the wall rests are preserved.