This municipality regales us with a beautiful forest and agricultural landscape essentially decorated with banana plantations.
The streets of its urban area are paved with stones and it preserves buildings of historical interest. Its coastal area is strikingly attractive for the visitor and for scuba diving lovers.
The municipality’s main economic activity is agriculture, with the cultivation of bananas and grapes, which have largely substituted cereals as well as potatoes.
In the Erjos area, the so-called “Charcas de Erjos” (Erjos Pools) can be found, a charming landscape with a high value in bird species and fauna in general.
Its hydro wealth is notable and it features the residence of the Water Federation of Isla Baja, that controls the district’s irrigation waters.