This neighbourhood of the same name is located around the 16th century hermitage of La Magdalena. It is likely that there was an earlier building. We came to this conclusion when we saw a Romanesque stone carving on the north side, with the image of a man.
At a crossroads near the hermitage we find the Maala cross. It is a beautiful cross carved in limestone, and 150m away is the well called “Sarnapotzu”. Legend has it that the water from this well cures skin infections, but for this you have to follow a ritual, which consists of wetting a handkerchief in the well and applying it to the affected part and then leaving the handkerchief hanging on a branch near the well.