The town of Morrano lies on the banks of the River Alcanadre, between the tributaries of the Calcón and the Mascún. In addition to the beautiful period signposts and some interesting civil buildings, the 12th century church of San Pedro is worth a visit. The original Roman building had various extensions added to it between the 16th and 18th centuries. One of the more attractive additions is the final section of the church tower with its traditional Mudejar decoration, which is a distinct improvement to the plainer brickwork of the original two sections.
Morrano is the departure point for trips into the canyon of the Peonera.