This is south of the Plaza de España on the banks of the Guadiana River. This old Moorish fortress was worked in 855 by amplifying a prior Roman building, which was later changed over into a cloister by the Order of Santiago. The Moors reestablished the Roman storehouse in the storm cellar of the fortification and made a flight of attempts down to it by reusing Roman stones and Visigothic pilasters.
There are different unlabeled displays of Islamic ceramics, yet the primary delights are simply the building, the greenhouses and the perspectives. The fantastic Patio de la Alberca is particularly fragrant of the Alhambra.