It is made up of four palace-type buildings, each of which consists of several recites. In the middle of the courtyard there is an altar with a square base and a cylindrical column in the center. The decoration of the buildings is different: that of the east building corresponds to Temple I of the Adivino, while the north building has a smooth façade.
In turn, the western building is decorated with columns and small drums. Outstanding attached enclosures with rich decoration on the frieze, which resembles a ceiling made of feathers or palms, and alternately recessed bird sculptures. This set dates from the 8th to 12th centuries AD.