King Sancho Gate
Facing north, the King Sancho Gate, as it is popularly known, is today incomplete, as it no longer has a piece of the arch which fell in the mid-19th century. It was the entry gate to the Romanesque enclosure, which had already been built before the reign of King Sancho II (1223/1248), although this door, of some monumentality, may have replaced an earlier one. If so, it would have been built at the same time as the second wall enclosure, that is, late 13th century. The Town Hall was built next to the enclosure, along the same axis of the wall.