Located on the road between Etxebarria and Barinaga is this mid-16th century granary. There are around thirty hórreos in Bizkaia, but this is the best preserved. Many of this type of hórreo were built during this period, but with the American corn cultivation, they changed from a varied harvest to a single harvest and lost their importance.
This granary stands on four stone pillars that insulate it from the ground. The pillars consist of three sections, the base semi-buried in the ground, a monolith and crowned with special wheels, which isolate the ground from the storage space and prevent the entry of mice. The upper part, the storage space, is made of oak wood and decorated with wood carving to keep it ventilated and the inner part is divided to keep the different products tidy.