The walk continues along vineyards, to the north of Cihuri, about 3 km away from the village and as an example of sacred geometry. You can admire one of the most emblematic places, the Esclavitud Hill, so called because there was a farm and hermitage where the Virgin who appeared in the place with the same name was worshiped.
The hermitage, built on a monastic cave, which was already inhabited in Visigoth and Mozarab times, was one of the many hermitages in the Tirón river region and the Obarenes mountains. The cave still exists and represents the tradition of the area. The greatest number of these buildings is located on the left bank of the Ebro, although its location in the region is rather disperse.