Built in the late XIX century, its starting point were two maize granaries. A common roof united them under which there was a dovecote. The space between the granaries was used to dry cereals, with two basculating panels controlling the ventilation.
With no proper maintenance the wood rapidly decayed. A strict reconstruction was needed with the most minute intervention to render it usable.
The Dovecote-Granary is now a sanctuary among the tree tops: the experience of the dancing shadows, gentle crossing breeze and late afternoon chirping fully defines its new purpose, function and use.