Discover the Palace of the Marquises of Peña de los Enamorados.
Its construction corresponds to the second half of the sixteenth century, although we must warn that the general appearance that it now presents is far from what it offered at first. This is due to the various reforms and additions it has undergone throughout its existence.
It presents to the exterior seven axes of holes, with bars on the ground floor and balconies on the main floor, finishing in an attic or surplus, which was added modernly. The towers follow the Antequera model. Inside, very little of the primitive arrangement is preserved, due to the fire suffered during the events of the last civil war. The courtyard has only three columned wings. Each of them features a dance of five brick arches on Tuscan columns of red limestone from Torcal. The second body is crowned with a parapet of clay latticework.
Internally it retains very little of its primitive layout due to the fire suffered during the civil war. The courtyard has only three colonnaded wings each featuring five brick arches on Tuscan columns of red limestone from the Torcal. The second body is crowned by a petril of clay latticework.
Address: Plaza de las Descalzas, 5, Antequera, Málaga