Built in Plaza de la Catedral, its construction reflects various styles and dates from the end of the 15th-beginning of the 16th centuries. It has a graceful tower built on top of the Palace, decorated with coats of arms on the corners; it also shows evidence of the fact that it once had battlements.
The front faces east and the entrance is through a semi-circular arch with large voussoirs under a window in the shape of an ogee arch. The unit is set in a panelled frame.
Inside, it has a porticoed central courtyard with three levels, but only the north wing has been conserved; the lower two galleries have reduced arches on Tuscan columns and the upper gallery has lintels.
It has been refurbished and turned into a hotel.