Peracense is the southernmost town in the Jiloca region. The town is located in the foothills of the Iberian mountain region, at more than one thousand metres of altitude, in the upper basin of the River Jiloca. Its history is written in stone. Reliable documentation revolves around the history of its imposing castle dating back to the Late Middle Ages.
Dated in 1740, the church of San Pedro presents a basilica floor with three naves in as many sections. The transept is covered with a dome over pendentives. Built in masonry and ashlar masonry, the exterior has a single volume with a hipped roof. The tower, located at the foot, is of two bodies and is decorated with Ionic pilasters.
The Town Hall is a two-story building built in masonry. On the ground floor you can see the old market, consisting of two arches of reduced masonry.