This was one of the first to be built outside the walls as a result of the 16th century population increase. Located in the neighborhood of Sa Roqueta, a typical fishermen's neighborhood, it is a worthy example of fortified mountain, built in this way because at the time of its construction it remained isolated in front of the sea and it was an easy prey for pirates. The building has a magnificent round portal, on which a large and thick tile shows us the protection against possible pirate rays. It is also worth taking a look at the gothic windows beautifully carved with decorative angels.
In the interior, a “fresco” excavated in the living rock is preserved in perfect conditions.
Currently, you can visit the Ethnographic Museum of Tossa de Mar.