Its stone walls enclose a multitude of features that enhance the Medieval atmosphere of the building. Stained glass windows, archways and other typically Medieval elements can still be seen today inside and on the facade of the palace-castle.
With gothic style and appearance, this building was finished by the end of the 15th century and was then chosen by the king of navarre to spend his summers and retirement in the superb grounds and halls.
Some of the bedrooms are within the palace-castle itself, and the remaining rooms are housed in an annex building.
The brick columns and arches in the restaurant area provide an excellent setting to enjoy local produce such as asparagus from Navarre, piquillo peppers, lamb al chilindrón (cooked with tomatoes and peppers) and cod ajoarriero (with garlic and peppers).