Palacio Portocarrero

Palacio Portocarrero
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Portocarrero palace, along with its Spanish Mudejar gardens surrounded by imposing Arab walls, is a spectacular architectural monument that is unique in Spain, because it combines its Roman legend (2nd century AD.), an Almohad fortress (12th century), a stately Renaissance palace (16th century) and magnificent gardens from the thousand and one nights.

Discover an architectural jewel that is a melting pot of civilisations, which has started to shine again. Portocarrero palace hosts and organises all kinds of events imaginable in a different and exclusive way, to the highest standard of excellence, because they have a passion for detail, creativity and rituals. You will have a truly unforgettable experience for the senses in a place of dreams: a palace worthy of a fairy tale.

Discover its beautiful rooms, corners and botanical gardens with a collection of citrus trees and see what has already been seen by many illustrious figures: the Catholic Queen Isabella was here, El Gran Capitán was married here, Cardinal Portocarrero was born here and the Count of Palma lived here. Surprise yourself and your family in an incomparable setting, a scene from films, where Ridley Scott filmed “Kingdom of Heaven” with Liam Neeson, Eva Green and Orlando Bloom.

When visiting the building and its gardens, you will enjoy a walk through time that offers a window onto an exclusive living palace, whose current owners have been connected to the place for over 6 generations. Enjoy a monument that is Heritage of Cultural Interest with beautiful rooms, corners, patios and spectacular gardens. Discover southern Spain in Palma del Río, its lifestyle, art and culture through Portocarrero palace.

Friday-Saturday: 10.30 am to 2.30 pm and 4 pm to 6.30 pm. Sunday: 10.30 am to 2.30 pm. The rest of the week it is opened by prior appointment.

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Palacio Portocarrero
Calle Cardenal Portocarrero, s/n, 14700
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  • Historic building

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For families, deal, Professional, Friends, Couples, Seniors, young people, I travel alone, Lgbti

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Culture

Specialties

Fortress (Monuments), Historical Complex (Monuments), Palace (Monuments), Archaelogy (Museum)

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