La Casona

Building of popular typology, dating between the 18th and 19th centuries, located on the side of the Camino de Santiago, in an area with a strong unevenness, which determines the configuration of the property. Towards the Camino it has a covered portico, supported by two wooden columns, and into which three lintel gaps are opened framed by stone masonry, the central one corresponding to the access door to the building. A large loft with a glass front stands on the portico.

The western façade has two levels, with the lower arcaded floor and the upper one with a glazed gallery.


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