It’s the most densly inhabited of all the colonization villages because it has been extended after its founding. It has a population of 776 habitants. The economy is based on the agroindustrial sector, livestock farming and commerce.
Although the distribution of population sets was held in May, 1962, this village had a second coming of settlers in 1970. The first people to live in this village came from Ejea, Uncastillo, Rivas, la Tranquera and Farasdués.
The church and the rest of the buildings stand out because of their architectural style, typical of the colonization towns. It combines the use of stone with other materials, which gives a very picturesque appearence to the urban environment.
Pinsoro is very close to the lagunazo de El Moncayuelo (a river pool), a very interesting natural space and home to waterfowl birds. There is an observation centre. In addition, Pinsoro is very close to La Bardena, where you can enjoy mountain-bike and hiking routes.
Mayor: José Luis Ruiz Baines.
Council members: María Pabla Lobera Train, Francisco Javier Arbués Sierra, Nuria Álvarez Jordán.
Town office: Mondays from 09:00 to 10:00.
Urban waste management – essentials pick-up
Urban waste management Comarca Cinco Villas. 976 66 22 10.
FCC delegate office. Customer service. 976 66 44 98.
Practice, infirmary. From 11:30 to 13:45. There’s a pharmacy in the village.
SOCIAL ASSISTANCE SERVICES
Red Cross patient transportation. Wednesdays, 07:00.
Library. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. From 18:15to 19:15.
Social and cultural infrastructure. Multipurpose hall, library, youth centre, cinema and bullring.
Sports infrastructure. Multisport hall, municipal swimming pool, fronton court, basketball court and two outdoors multisport fields.
Holidays and festivities. 21-25 September
Casa Rural “El Cierzo”
C/ Abalojero, 18
50694-Pinsoro (Ejea de los Caballeros). Zaragoza
Tel. No.: 976 673 786