This gothic style property, which was built between the fourteenth and sixteenth centuries, was used by the town council until July 1988. It is right in the centre of the town and is on the corner of what are now Major Street and Sant Joan Street.
In the second half of the nineteenth century it underwent large scale reforms to make it into the building we know today. However, part of the archivolts from the ground floor of this building, which was once the council’s headquarters are still intact. And on top of these is the Gothic Hall with the town’s coat of arms. In 1989 it changed from being the Town Hall to became the Magistrate’s Court.
Nowadays, the gothic building is used for cultural events such as exhibitions, presentations and conferences of all kinds.
The Gothic Building can be visited upon request. Bookings to be made through MUCBE: tel. 964 460 448 | firstname.lastname@example.org