Palacio de Villavicencio
This stately palace creates don Lorenzo Fernandez de Villavicencio, one of the first governors of the city, and stands on one of its sides from the year 1664 on the remains of previous Arab constructions. This is a remarkable Baroque palace that was the residence of this and other wardens and public representatives of the city.
Inside the pharmacy of the Municipal Pharmacy staying in perfect condition and complete with different period furniture
Inside the main tower of the Palace of Villavicencio, the highest in the city, the camera obscura, a simple set of lenses and mirrors with which you can see in real time and bird’s eye view everything that happens is in the when the streets and squares of the city; as well as the main monuments, church steeples and belfries and roofs of palaces and mansions, and the distant lands of work of the Jerez countryside.