A XVI century ancestral home linked to different events in the history of the city. First of all, according to popular tradition, Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra stayed here in 1594 when he was an Estate tax collector for the Great Army of Philip II; secondly, Fray Alonso of Saint Tomas, bishop of Malaga and assumed to be the illegitimate son of Philip IV, was born here in the XVII century.
It has a beautiful façade with great balconies, iron locks and a main entrance door with Gothic features. The main entrance has a hallway which leads to a beautiful square courtyard with brick columns and semicircular arches. There is also another entrance for carriages.
- Coastal area