This palace dates back to the 16th and 17th centuries. Of particular note is its architecture of Arab influence, unusual for the time. The tower, with its 26 battlements is particularly well preserved.
The construction includes a number of different architectural styles. The Arab part includes the stone tower, while the Christian part is built of the brick. In the 19th century a tile roof was added to the tower so that it could be used to dry corn. The building has recently been restored and a new section has been added so that it can also be used as a public space.