Bordering on Navarre, Moreda is a village on a slope with its town centre facing south on a small hill, with beautiful buildings with coats of arms, round-arched doorways and galleries with sun terraces.

Its church of Santa María was built in two periods, beginning in 1595 and then again between the 17th and 18th centuries. The main altarpiece of an ornate baroque style stands out, as well as the paintings that decorate the walls and vaults in their entirety. The image of Santa María de Moreda is of Romanesque-Gothic style.

On Easter Sunday, the traditional Burning of Judas takes place.

There is an oil press of interest for its antiquity and for being an indicator of another of the historical productive activities of the region.