AGONCILLO: Small town. Worthy of mention are the Castillo de Aguas Mansas (Gentle Waters), built of stone masonry in the 13th-14th centuries, and the church of Nuestra Señora la Blanca. At the main door of the castle can be seen the shield of the Cruz de Calatrava. The town offers restaurants, banks, stores, pharmacies.
ARRÚBAL: The church of El Salvador was built mostly in the 16th century and finished in the 17th. The town has restaurants, pharmacies, health center, supermarkets, and banks.
ALCANADRE: Town of about 750 inhabitants. Its name is of Arabic origin: Al-Cana-Dre, referring to the “bridges” or “arches” of an old bridge over the Ebro River whose ruins are near the town. The church of Santa María (16-17 c.) preserves the Romanesque image which was in the chapel of Aradón (12c.) Typical of the town is the first-century Roman aqueduct. The town offers restaurants, pharmacies, supermarkets, banks, and a health center.