Leiva is located in the valley/basin of the River Tirón, one of the tributaries of the Ebro, which means its economy is based on agriculture, both irrigated and dry.
Some of the first routes used to travel the St James’ Way to Santiago were precisely Roman roads. One passed through Leiva, and there are still some traces of it there.
Castillo-Palacio de los señores de Leiva
Ermita de la Virgen Peregrina
Fundación Juan de Dios Oña
Iglesia de la Purificación de Santa María
Puente románico sobre el río Tirón
Embalse de Leiva