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This small hamlet is situated in the heights between the two ravines of El Pozo and Niágara.
The agriculture in this area is rain fed and irrigated (garlic, grapes, potatoes and tomatoes among other things, which are grown for self-consumption) give us clues about its origin. The area dates back to the eighteenth century and grew due to the expansion of cultivation in the area. It later became the planting area for major crops of nopal cacti in the nineteenth century.
It’s an area of serene natural beauty with its feet still firmly planted in the past.