yes, the building is pretty cute... but when seeing the images in guidebooks and such you get the impression you are going to "visit a castle" or similar. it's an open space, anyone can walk in at any time, and it used to be an old market space. very interesting how they renovated the building, not the half bottom being older than the half top (you see the color separations... ). Not much info available at the spot, so if you are interested in history and facts, get a book or read about it before.
else, it's just a quite nice building that you are very likely to walk by anyway, and when you do, have a look at it... but it's not much morte than that :) don't expect it to be anything spectacular, and don't compromise on something else to go here and visit :) (however, between some tapas along the seaside/walk and a beer, this is a nice "pit-stop" :P
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