Azuara is marked by two mediaeval hermitages, San José and San Nicolas de Bari. Situated on a slight slope, its narrow streets stretch out in the direction of the river. Awkward streets and side streets amass the marks of past cultures. One of the most valued remains, and which special attention has been paid to, with the creation of an Interpretation Centre devoted to its study, is La Malena, an old Roman town which has brought to light gorgeous mosaics of historic and artistic interest.
The landscape that comprises the course of the Camaras river is one of the most beautiful that tourists will see in the region. In some seasons of the year, it is dry, which makes it especially beautiful, making it possible to walk down the actual course of the river, between black poplars and bushes that bring colour to the walk. A fertile piece of land with its irrigation ditches that provide the water to cultivate the vegetable gardens.
Azuara offers visitors all the amenities they may need, from health care to different leisure and entertainment offers, highlighting some reference sporting facilities for Campo de Belchite, such as its Regional Judo Club.