The municipality of Andilla is located 71km from Valencia, in the northwest of the province of Valencia and on the border with Aragon. It is the second largest municipality in the administrative region of La Serranía, which conditioned the appearance of other villages, such as La Pobleta, Osset, Artaj and the Pardanchinos wineries. Numerous archaeological remains testify that Andilla was populated by cultures prior to the Bronze Age. Furthermore, the village had a certain relevance during the Spanish Civil War, as it was on the battlefront from 1938-1939. The historical importance of the Barony of Andilla is reflected in the large number of monuments that have endured throughout its history.