I've redone Calvario in a more like Cuenca, with its "overhanging buildings" on the cliffs (the Cuenca in Spain, NOT Ecuador although both of them are awesome )
Calvario is a small town perched on top of a tiny plateau. The Bizquena River meanders around the plateau, surrounded by farmland and rolling hills. Calvario was one of the few medieval towns that never needed walls, due to the fact that it was almost unreachable except by tiny areas which were heavily protected by military. Unless of course the bandits use rock climbing gear. Some of the old houses have spectacular views, however the families that have lived here for generations won't be giving up their residences anytime soon. The center of the town surrounds the tiny Church of San Juan Bautista, a relatively new addition from the 1800s, at least in comparison with the rest of the town.