The castle is mentioned in extant 12th-century documents, and was significantly improved in the 16th century. It was badly damaged during the First Carlist War in 1835, and fell into ruins after that. Many archaeological remains from the Iberic, Greek and Roman periods have been found in the municipality. The municipality's economy depends largely on agriculture, mainly non-irrigated barley and other grains, vines, olives, and almonds, as well as pig- and poultry-farming. Many of the buildings in the village serve as holiday homes.
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