Inn-Manor of Miera
In Rubalcaba, next to a 16th century bridge is the shrine of Saint Mary the White and a mill from 19th c., this manor house has on one of it’s stone walls the cross of Rubalcaba. As it was one of the oldest families in the valley, it is probable that this house was built on land that belonged to the family since 14th century.
It has a ashlar masonry facade with two access arches to the porch and its angular balcony is outstanding. On the facade is a coat of arms supported by two lions and adorned with loves and masks, etc. It represents the arms of Miera, Rubalcaba, Velasco, Riba and Agüero.