Sarria is the starting point for many pilgrimages, as 114 km is the minimum one must walk to get the Compostela (the certificate showing that the pilgrimage has been completed). The route is very different from the Camino del Norte legs that I completed. There are many more people and many more services to accommodate them. It’s a lot easier to get your credential stamped and you can even get a Camino T shirt or two.
I saw many of these along the way, both on farms and in yards. What is this? Several of them were quite elaborate. But all were raised from the ground. Rather an odd shape for a tool shed and there were no stairs to allow a person to access whatever is inside.