The small village of Permisán belongs to the municipal council of Ilche and is located on an agricultural plain to the south of Somontano.
Its most noticeable features are the fortified palace and the Los Angeles parish church, both of which date to the 16th century.
The palace is made up of two sections. The huge quadrangular block made of ashlars (measuring 20 x 14 metres) was used as a house. The square tower (sides each measuring 6 metres) rises at one of the corners and has a defensive air. The tower highlighted the elevation of the building and so a gallery of brick arches was added to the main section to reflect the height of the tower. The walls have large openings where artillery was once stored.
The simple church building with its single nave is attached to the palace and was built at the same time.