El Hospitalón

Building of the old pilgrims’ hospital founded in the 16th century by two unmarried brothers, and which in the 19th century played a prominent role during the Carlist wars.

It is a construction very transformed over the centuries. It adapts to the unevenness of the terrain, presenting two floors on the main façade and three on the back, which is the least disturbed area. It preserves from its initial stages a window with a semicircular arch and another opening in whose lintel a cross inserted in a circle appears carved.


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