This intervention in the old quarter of Onda, a city in the Plana Baixa comarca of the Valencia region, seeks to showcase a series of archaeological finds, the oldest so far found that date back to Moorish times, and also to connect the different levels of the square of the synagogue with the surrounding streets. A joint work of the firms El Fabricante de Espheras, Grupo Aranea, and Cel-Ras Arquitectura, the urban regeneration project includes gently inclining ramps and steps with low risers to facilitate the daily movements of pedestrians. An overflying platform marks the original height of the archaeological enclave’s interior arcades, and recovers the historical route towards the street Valencia. Held up by micropiles, this steel structure with wooden strips resolves the level changes by means of small tiers that serve as seats.