Building from the end of the 18th century that houses some municipal offices such as the assembly hall and the historical archive. The first floor is a kind of fish market with three arches that give access to the interior of the town hall, although only one of them is viable. Just below the other two arches are a couple of outbuildings that were used as a small prison. The building was used until the seventies of the 20th century as a school for children, while other rooms were used at the same time as an apothecary or as a barbershop for men.