It is impossible to walk through the old town of the beautiful Citadel and not raise your eyes to this majestic palace with reddish walls and interiors the sandy colour of the paradisiacal beaches of Menorca. It belonged to the bishopric of Menorca from 1614, and is located in one of the most aristocratic areas of the island, just 200 metres from the cathedral, making its location a priceless luxury.
Most of these buildings were built from the end of the 17th century and throughout the 18th century. To a greater extent this occurred under English rule, when nobles and landowners erected these stately homes as a sign of social and economic power. They are true architectural gems that form part of the local heritage. They are influenced by British and Italian influences, as well as the island’s own customs, which gives them a unique and singular style that you will not find anywhere else. Many of them have courtyards or interior gardens and private terraces at different heights from where you can enjoy pleasant temperatures in the summer heat.
These types of buildings are in great demand due to their historical and architectural value, but above all because of their scarcity on the market. Their acquisition therefore becomes an unrepeatable opportunity to make a range of dreams come true, such as the location of a charming summer residence or a boutique hotel.
Menorca has become the new focus of both national and foreign investment for a number of reasons. As the third most populated of the Balearic Islands it is also the best preserved and sustainably conserved with its natural environment. This natural attraction is complemented by a vibrant cultural life, which has a dizzying fascination for locals and visitors alike. The ideal last Mediterranean bastion for lovers of the authentic.
It consists of nine bedrooms and nine bathrooms and can be increased to fifteen.
This palace house has 1150m2 divided into three floors and has a patio (41m2) with the possibility of building a swimming pool and several terraces.