This town is the capital of the parish of Santa Eulalia de la Doriga, located at an altitude of 115 meters, in a dominant position in the valley of the Narcea river. It has fifty neighbors.

It is a town linked to the powerful lineage of the Doriga, whose palace is located in the vicinity of the parish temple, on a large estate surrounded by a high stone wall. The Romanesque-style church is located at the foot of the Camino de Santiago, a route that crosses the town, leaving traditional-style houses on both sides, some of which have large bread baskets and granaries as auxiliary buildings.


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