The village is located in a privileged place of the Guadiana river, natural beauty, with a deafening silence. It has a spectacular harbor mineral heritage of great importance as Puerto de la Laja industrial district is located in the municipality of El Granado.
The "House of the Priests" consists of lounge, dining room and kitchen in the same area of ??ground baja.Y two bedrooms and bathroom on the ground alta.Se have found it the thick stone walls. The floor and the sloping roof are wooden. The absence of decoration is a deliberate choice to get the panels however belleza.Sin future Interpretation Center of Lower Guadiana are set in their rooms.
"The House of Olives" is on the edge of the mining village of Puerto de la Laja banks of the Guadiana river, declared of Cultural Interest by the Government of Andalusia in the category of Historical Site. Next to the house in the garden of olives and almonds recovered, a terrace lies with wooden floors.
The "House of the Fisherman" is quartered in the eastern mining town of Puerto de la Laja, it is so named because its inhabitants was the last eel fisherman. A small laundry building specified for eels, in this case, used by some fishermen gallegos.La house is on two floors to the south and the river is preserved in the village. A living room, dining room and kitchen in the same area, and toilet downstairs. Two bedrooms and bathroom on the ground floor alta.Tanto as the ceiling are wooden. It also has a roof terrace with views to the four directions and the town, used as a terrace.
The "House of the Latrines" comes from the reconstruction of the ruins of the houses in the mining village "Puerto de la Laja", next to the old latrines. The reconstruction was made up of two houses: "high" and "low", overlooking the river and the ravine of Castaño.La house is divided into living, dining and kitchen in the same area, and two bedrooms, all with spectacular river views , reaching the bathroom straddling both. On the roof they are integrated solar and photovoltaic panels. The spacious and generous spaces are furnished in a minimalist style without losing its rural character.
The "House of the oven" is located in the west end of "Puerto de la Laja" looking at Brook Brown. It is dividing with another mining house "House Engineer", and the chapel, whose religious objects have been restored.
The restoration has managed to leave testimony of a typical house in the mining village. It consists of two buildings which include areas of night and day linked through the courtyard, the true heart of the house. Across the courtyard you enter the house, he finds an old oven.
The "House of the Engineer" located at the end of the main quartered the mining town overlooking the river Guadiana. There, he spent the night in Puerto de la Laja chief engineer of the mine of Las Herrerias. The house is dividing engineer with another mining property, the "Casa del Horno" and the chapel, whose religious objects were also restored. They remain the flagpole and the bell that warned of the arrival of ships to port. The rehabilitation is made with criteria mining heritage conservation. It has respected the original distribution of housing, two fireplaces and much of the woodwork interior.Posee light and cross ventilation through the front facade and two courtyards with a marked rural character. The absence of decoration is a deliberate choice to achieve beauty.