In front of the Church of San Juan and the Hermitage, as if triangulating the space, we find this monument. Its parts seem to come from different times.
It stands on three reused square steps, where we can see several bowls. A cylindrical column rises above the base. After the collar, the capital, as an extension of the column, is cylindrical and decorated with Ionic volutes on its four sides.
The cross is of square section with lowered edges, and topped with the sign or titulus of INRI. Some transepts erected at the end of the Middle Ages already have cylindrical shafts, on quadrangular or circular tiers.