In Riogordo the rocky mountains, the fields and the pastures create a wonderful landscape.
Temperature, annual average: 16.2°
The River Aute was a decisive reason for the Phoenicians and the Romans to occupy this locality which was later occupied by the Moslems. During the French invasion the people formed guerilla bands, - the most important was lead by the priest Cura de Riogordo. Tourists can visit the castle Castillo de Aute, which is attributed to the Phoenicians. The Niche chapel of some houses, the church of Iglesia de Gracia - 16th century, and the hermitage " Jesus Nazareno " 18th century and very interesting too.
Each Good Friday and Easter Sunday more than 400 inhabitants reproduce the Passion Christi known as " El Paso ". This celebration was declared a festival of national interest. The local dishes are edible snails, gazpacho arriero, and hornazos - a kind of cake.