There's not much in this small town these days. There's a monastery, and a restaurant/hotel. It's a popular stop for pilgrims hiking The Way of St. James.
The restaurant is good, and reasonably priced, and if you're hiking as a pilgrim, you'll normally be seated with other hikers randomly. When I was there, I ate with four Polish priests, a Norwegian family, and two French businessmen. An interesting combination of views, and great dinner conversation.