A municipality located in the Ribera administrative region, between the Rivers Júcar and Magro. The municipality is flat and only rises its southern part, where we find “La Garrofera” mountain. The soil is clayey, formed by sediment left by the floods caused by the Rivers Júcar and Magro. The cultivated land is almost completely dedicated to irrigation crops, using water obtained from the Royal River Júcar Irrigation Canal and from wells. It is used for growing oranges and other fruit, such as apricots, plums and peaches, as well as vegetables, peanuts, wheat and corn. The scarce dryland is dedicated to the cultivation of vines, carobs, almonds and olives. Sheep and cattle farming are traditional, as is the rearing of animals for domestic purposes. The village is situated on a plain, and has wide streets and a modern layout.