Located in the south of the town, at the end of Calle Mayor. It owes its name to the fact that the weekly market was held on its outer esplanade. It was very close to the Jewish quarter. It has an Immaculate interior.
Although today they serve exclusively to access the interior of the town, for centuries they have served to protect their neighborhood since they closed at dusk, at the touch of the toilet, and were opened at dawn, thus controlling who went out and entered the villa.