This palace was built in 16th century, it is located in Santa Maria Square. We distinguish this palace because in the arch of the main door you can see two medallions with figures of Henando de Ovando and his wife Mencía de Ulloa, on the baseboard, you can read the inscription “Aeterna iustorum memoriae”. In the centre there is a oval with the shield of Ovando-Ulloa and on this shield in sgraffito, a eagle with shield under the crown that belong to Drs Leonor and Vera, author of reform carried out in 18th century.
The building is composed by four areas around in a cloistered patio. Over the door, in the first floor of the tower, there is an inscription to the 1480. From here you can go up to uper section for a stairs that are attached to the walls