Located in what was the centre of mediaeval Jerez, between San Mateo church and the present day Archaeological Museum. The palace was commissioned by the Riquelme family in the 16th century and was visited by the aristocracy, heads of state, the upper class and ecclesiastical authorities.
An example of western Andalusia residential architecture it breaks the mould of Jerez mediaeval architecture with its more advanced style. Most notable for its double fronted plateresque façade
Plaza del Mercado