The Keep and the Patio de Armas

SXI military fortress, converted a mansion in the fifteenth century, it has five heights, from the pit to the towers, numerous nooks and mezzanine floors, and unique spaces that respect the original building.

Protagonists

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Military fortress of the eleventh century

Defensive heritage palatial castle and later use it a building of great singularity

The combination of the defensive elements and noble construction give the building a majestic and imposing beauty. Its walls up to 5 meters wide, the impressive keep, three towers on three corners of the east, west and noon and incredible moat 15 meters wide, which today are the gardens and pool. All decorated with antiques and artifacts clear Arab influence, manifested in the Moorish style of their stalls, wooden ceilings, azulejerías, reliefs, etc.

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Fortaleza militar del siglo XI

La herencia defensiva del castillo y su posterior uso palaciego lo convierten en un edificio de gran singularidad

La combinación de los elementos defensivos y los nobles de la construcción otorgan al edificio una belleza majestuosa e imponente. Sus muros de hasta 5 metros de ancho, la impresionante torre del homenaje, tres torreones en las tres esquinas de levante, poniente y mediodía y un increíble foso de 15 metros de ancho, en el que hoy se encuentran los jardines y la piscina. Todo ello decorado con elementos y antigüedades de clara influencia árabe, que se manifestaba en el estilo mudéjar de sus sillerías, techumbres de madera, azulejerías, relieves, etc.

Mansion in the s XV

 

In the early XVII century, the fortifications assumed the role of habitual residences of the nobility and royalty, as gathered inside all the comforts of a palace, housing impressive rooms, dining rooms and fireplaces.

The Keep

Unique in Spain

The plant layout is unusual castle. It occupies a floor area of 3,000 m2 and has 4 towers in each of the vertices oriented to the four cardinal points; one of them, the Keep, oriented diagonally, with 14 meters wide, is a unique example in Spain. We find in this tower remains of what was probably the main gate of the fortress and, through a drawbridge spanned the moat. Today, the tower is one of the most luxurious rooms of the Hotel: the great imperial suite.

 

 

El Patio de Armas: the jewel in the crown

The castle is structured around a Gothic-Renaissance courtyard with slender galleries, which is the heart and soul of the Castillo del Buen Amor. You reach it by a step stone Gothic arch of huge segments and is distributed in two ornamental plants of great quality. Impress your level of detail, the minute size of the stone reliefs, where he lives mysticism of the fantastic animals, warriors, plant decoration, gargoyles ... the large manor Fonseca shield, presiding over the patio. The art that dominates the decor drift own architectural and ornamental styles of Moorish and Gothic Spanish flamenco, although the Italian influence can be seen in detail from the yard, and in the frieze of angels and vegetal reliefs that decorate the cornice courtyard, attributed to Juan de Alava, added in the early sixteenth century, which gives the court a romantic and mystical touch. 

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