The church of the Virgen de la Calle houses one of the jewels of the way: a 12th-century baptizing pool. In front of the church, a modern refuge has risen on the old hospital of San Lazaro.
A document of the parochial files tells the peculiar news of a French pilgrim of the 16th century, called Jean, who died there. To pay for the burial, his clothes were auctioned, but in the lack of a bidder, they were not sold. Therefore he was buried in the parochial enclosure at the municipality’s expense.