A Plateresquestyle palace built in the 16th century, made of stone and brick. In the first section and over the door is a Saint Christopher coat of arms. The second section has two large balconies with Plateresque style decoration on the balustrade columns, lintels and circular frontispieces. It is called the Palace of San Cristóbal after the influential family that built it. Fray Diego de Estella, a religious author of the Spanish Renaissance period, came from this lineage. It is now used as the Cultural Centre and is in C/ La Rua.