The Casas de Enfrente were originally built to serve as a marketplace.
It is a horizontal structure comprising three levels; the first made up of a gallery of seven arches atop pillars; the second level has the same number of openings, but are jack-arched with two coats of arms at either side. The third level makes use of a semi-circular arches in the openings.
In the Plaza, facing the town hall, is the sculpture of Juan Martínez Montañés, a baroque religious image maker who was born in the town.
Plaza Arcipreste de Hita Alcalá la Real