The Jaraba municipal area, in the Calatayut region, is located in an environment that has been declared an area of touristic interest in Aragón. It is known for the reservoirs filled with medicinal mineral waters, the best ones in Spain, and from there it gets its Arabic name that means 'an abundance of water'. With a population of 350 people, the Jaraba village is located by the river bank of the Mesa river, and only a few kilometres from the Guadalajara province. The natural environment is unique, one of the main attractions in the area, and offers a stunning landscape: the Mesa river canyon, the Hoz Seca cliffs... an ideal environment for those who wish to enjoy hiking and at the same time discover the rich flora and fauna in the region. Jaraba also has a rich historical and cultural heritage, from the Sanctuary of the Virgin and the Church of Our Lord's Transfiguration to the cave paintings at Roca Benedí.