Calle Mayor is the typical main street of a village, serving as its central artery. It features a curved and cobbled steep slope, leading towards the Puerta de Toledo in Ciudad Real on the horizon.
Along the ascending and descending route, notable buildings can be admired. On the left side, there is Casa Segovia, showcasing Moorish architecture, and the Palacio de Godoy, a replica of the original in Cáceres, built in Renaissance style. The Casa de Ávila, a Renaissance-style house, and the Casa de los Águila, replicating one of the most beautiful palaces in Ávila, are also noteworthy. The Casa Portalón Victoria, a brick and wood structure with a projecting eave, represents Northern Gothic art. Casa Cuenca stands out for its simplicity and Romanesque-style small window.
On the right side, the Casas de Plaza Mayor Bejar, replicating the original ones in Salamanca, feature simple columns supporting arcades. The Plaza España de Lugo is a 19th-century white wooden viewpoint, and the Plaza del Campo boasts a balcony with neoclassical ironwork. The Casa de Doña María la Brava, originally from Salamanca, is a Gothic-style house, while the Casona Doña Leonor de la Vega, originally from Santander, is a 15th-century Gothic palace.
Calle Mayor is a street rich in history and architectural diversity, showcasing the cultural richness of the area.