En uno de sus valles recorrido por el río Iregua, está el Camero Nuevo, tierra de bosques, pastizales, cumbres y pequeños valles, donde se sitúan 13 pueblos con historia, tradiciones y leyendas, que siglos atrás se agruparon bajo la denominación de Hermandad de las 13 Villas.
On entering the town centre, we are received by a building from the XVIIth century, four floors above the river, which has an access with a half point entrance, topped with the local coat of arms. Its corners and lintels are built in stone masonry according to the noble buildings in this place. In the past, it belonged to the López Montenegro family, farmers settled in Cáceres and rich owners of transhumant herds.
Currently, it is the Town Hall of this mountain village. In one of its facades, the one that faces the river, there is a Renaissance window in the corner with a mullion column in its centre that reminds us of the openings in Extremadura and that is a cultural contribution of the transhumant shepherds that used to descend every year to Extremadura.