Its urban landscape has its own “Somontano” characteristics, with the church bell tower as the most dominant feature of the whole area.
The layout of the streets, which revolve around the church of the Virgin del Pilar (16th century), preserve the original medieval layout adapted to the rugged terrain.
Interesting remnants of the traditional architecture are preserved, which are highlighted in several houses from the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries. Noteworthy houses include the “Casa Notario”, “Casa Broto” and the “Casa Avellanas”, all with beautifully decorated façades and stones decorated with family coats of arms.
Next to the entrance of the village you will find the Cave Art Centre, departure point for guided tours of the River Vero cave art.
On the outskirts of the village you will find the monumental Nadal Olive tree.
Colungo is known for its long tradition of producing aniseed and other liquors.