This high part of Las Cuevas de Cañart is very evocative. Going up the steep street you pass under an imposing arched passageway. Over a pointed arch rises a popular house of two floors, the last of which is an open solanar.
Past the oven, on the right, you reach the area known in the town as the Jewish Quarter. Apparently these two pointed arches preserved in the street would give access to the neighborhood where the local Jews lived.