Things to see on Campos
Campos, 1292 m. above sea level appears before us sprawled out on a hillside. Its most prominent buildings are the Town Hall, with arches on the ground floor leading into the guild hall, built in the XVIII c. Highlights of its Baroque XVII century church devoted to the Purísima are the portico with its Corinthian columns and its magnificent facade. In the upper part of the town visitors will come across the ruins of the hermitage of Santa Anadating back to the S.XVII c. from where one can enjoy a breathtaking panoramic view of the entire area.
History of Campos
The town of Campos dates back to 1163, when Sancho de Tarazona bequeathed the Castle of Aliaga and all the surrounding area to the Order of the Hospital. Later on, in 1181, Pedro the bishop of Saragossa gave the church of Campos along with its tithes to the same Order.
Patron Saint festivities
- Patron Saint festivities in honour of SAN BARTOLOMÉ, August 23, 24 and 25