El Torreón is the site of the old granary and now forms part of a house.
Through an archway, labelled ‘El Torreón’ (surprise!), is a plant-lined passageway and a picturesque courtyard.
The granary came into use in the XVIII Century although the building itself dates back before this time. Whether it was originally Arabic in design or, more likely, post-Arabic is still a topic of discussion as no-one is really sure.
It is one of the many little alleyways scattered throughout the old Moorish section of the village.