Casa de los Luna
The House of the Luna family is one of the best examples of an Andalusian aristocratic mansion in Plateresque style. The most striking feature is the stone façade, which probably dates from the late 16th century. It was later enlarged by the addition of an extra floor, with double loggia-style windows. The main entrance gate, framed by mouldings and pilasters on the door posts, features original terminations in the form of stone balls on the ends and relief work depicting garlands on the lintel, with the coat of arms of the Luna family above. There is a double right-angled balcony on one corner, spanning over two floors with a central column and framed with decorative stone mouldings. The building stands in a charming setting in the plaza de San Andres.