Going up to the center of Arcos de la Frontera by Loch Street, the other option is Bolaños street, you pass by one of the churches that we find strange. It looks like anything but a church. It was the church of San Miguel, the local patron, but was not designed as such and it shows. It is a part of the Muslim fortress, later reused for multiple purposes, including orphan hospital and hospice. We passed what looks like the head of the temple, and we may be surprised to find in it a cover and also high upon narrow width stairs. If we turn to top the next street, found another cover, which could not be accessed from the street and an entrance with glass below.