This white cross is to the north end of the town up on a little hill, very close to the campsite. I believe it is a memorial to those who were shot in the civil war; they were taken from the town of La Sauceda and the cross faces that way. Hundreds of people were tortured and executed by Franco’s troops.
We ex-pats made use of it last November for a poppy day remembrance. It is surprising just who in this little town has war medals! (They didn’t wear their uniforms of course, that would have been disrespectful.) Anyway, this little hill is a very peaceful place to sit, with some lovely views from the top. There is another memorial further down which I might have a go at drawing one day too.