It was demolished to build flats but it was again rebuilt with the same old profile preserving its Mudejar style façade.
The great musician Juan de Antxieta ordered to erect this Mudejar style building in the 16th-century.
It is the oldest civil building of Azpeitia and is also known as "Etxe Zahar". It was built between 14th and 15th-centuries.
It dates back to 1320. Enrique IV ordered to demolish part of the building and was rebuilt in 1535. It got its current look in 1750.
Municipal laundry (1842)
San Ignacio stayed at this hospital of La Magdalena for about 3 months in 1535.
Here he preached and taught catechism. The hermitage was restored in 1921.
The hermitage of Olatz is a small and interesting 12th-century hermitage and it holds a venerated image of Nuestra Señora de Olatz. Situated in a superb place, it offers a beautiful view of the Loiola valley.
Probably of Templar origin, it was renovated in the 16th-century and rebuilt in the 18th-century. It preserves the font which was used to baptise San Ignacio.