If we observe a map of the village, the urban evolution of the historical nucleus can be clearly seen. Since the arrival of James I, the population had been mainly Moorish, but his expulsion in 1609 caused the population to be practically uninhabited, which is why three years later the repopulation with people of Catalan origin. (Carles A. Prats, 1998).
The Baix square is located as a center. The church and the palace in the southwest, as well as the Old Town Hall, frame the area of the three nobiliary, religious and civil powers. The town grows orthogonal with the streets of Sant Vicent, Llarg and Mig, which join the square by three other perpendicular streets (Estret, del Racó and La Pau).
Most of the businesses in the town have been found in these streets: casinos (1), shops, ovens and bars. The facade of the Combs Factory (2) stands out, which used the horn of the ox for the elaboration and the canal, Séquia Major, to wash the dyes.