The remains of a Visigoth building (7th – 8th centuries) have been discovered in this place. It may have been part of monastery related to the basilica church located in Area 3.
The fact that we could discover this building give us a major input for knowledge of potential Visigoth monasteries, since very little is as yet known about them.
Like the building of the basilica, this one was occupied over the 8th and 9th centuries. Its inhabitants did not only maintain it, but also dismantled some of its structures, while letting other ones collapse.
Some of the characteristics of the structural ruins discovered in area 1-2 suggest that the building would have been two storeys high, organized into two big areas arranged in an “L” shape. On the ground ﬂoor, two further small rooms and a porch were added, with the latter one acting as a means of communication among all rooms.