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Located at the historical city quarter of Ronda and next to the Padre Jesús quarter, it has got a magnificient baroque facade made of stone masonry with a linteled door, Corynthian columns and a great typical of Ronda forging balcony.

The façade ends with a broken pediment. Inside there can be seen nude figures, with an Indian influence in his aspect.

The male figures are joking and showing their thonges, while the female, while they are covering their nude bodies. Both kind of figures are holding the lintel, and at the centre of it is located the noble arm coat of the family leaded by Vasco Martín de Salvatierra, representative of the Catholic Kings after the conquest of Ronda. The palace's inside show how austere Ronda palaces were in the 17th and 18th century.