Located next to the Casa da Torre (current hostel for pilgrims), we find the Casa da Alfóndega. It is a 16th-century construction that, on the facade, has a door finished in a semicircular arch and two coats of arms: one with the arms of the Prego de Montaos and Pereira de Castro families, and the other with those of the Troncoso de Lira and Araújo family. Behind this building was the Plaza da Alfóndega. There, in the past, the agricultural market was held, for the purchase and sale of seeds, and one of the most lively socialization spaces in its time. Currently the Casa da Alfóndega is a restaurant.