This town has just 200 inhabitants. It was originally a farmstead in Muslim times and was called ‘Gabiar Alsogra’. Since that time the history of this small town has been linked to Gabia Grande. In 1973 they merged into a single municipality along with Híjar and the residential areas of Los Llanos, Cortijo de San Javier and Pedro Verde.
The Iglesia de la Virgen del Rosario is located here. It is a simple church built in the 16th century in Moorish style.
These celebrations last two days in which there are several popular activities. The breakfast of chocolate with churros, the public fountain of beer, the gastronomy contests, cucañas, band races and the night party with karaoke. The religious events include the [...]