Each one of the municipalities that comprise Campo de Belchite has its own cultural and artistic heritage that forms part of the evolution of its history and of the multiple nuances that define these villages today.
Important archaeological findings, such as the Roman Villa of La Malena, of late imperial period, located in the district of Azuara, funeral remains from mediaeval times and many different religious and civil buildings that date from both modern and contemporary periods pepper the territory.
History has left architectonic marks, which today have become tourist resources. Some are more important than others, but even so they are always the pride of the locals and potential attractions for tourists to Campo de Belchite to visit.
Together with the tangible heritage, the work that the recovery of traditions and folklore has entailed, has given rise to some great attractions, such as the dance of Codo, which is interpreted each year; themed fairs; publication of books that tell about common roots, festivities and processions of unknown origin, among many other details.
Fuendetodos, the town where Goya was born, has managed to focus its attention on culture and art, carrying out such significant projects as the etching workshop, exhibition rooms or the future Goya Fuendetodos Contemporary Etching Museum.