On a narrow street in the historic center, this romantic 18th-century palace with Moorish influences is an architectural delight. Three patios (one communal) and several private terraces provide ample space for rest, and the interiors are a colorful mix of period artwork, plants, and antique furniture. Rooms vary greatly in style: some are cavernous with stone floors, others have high ceilings with wood beams. All have been individually decorated and are equipped with
large and comfortable beds, but rooms on the upper floor tend to have more natural light.