This building was built during the 17th century to function as a market, where merchants from Yecla came to trade their merchandise. Its name stems from the fact that on its ground floor is an open gallery composed of ten semi-circular arches.
When the new market was built at the end of the 19th century, several shops and a hotel were established on the upper floor on the ground floor of the Los Arcos House.
Currently, the building houses several municipal offices, such as the Tourism Office and the Municipal Sports Service.
What to see in Yecla