A XVI-century palace with a small, porticoed inner patio, built in the Nazarî architectural style.
This is a strange building with stone walls, very dark in contrast with the whiteness of the frames around the windows. It is a simple building, in which protrudes a square tower which is attached to a rectangular body constructed in the same way. The historical texts say that it was built in a Moorish style and knowing this fact is true that reminds us of that time. The interior is now occupied by the offices of the Benahavis City Hall.