Located in the Park and noted for its morphology due to its very peculiar composition of colours, the
Following the successful application to the EEA Grants project for funding, recuperation work was scheduled that resulted in the acceptance of public visits to the Palace during the first recuperation phase. Making available such visits during this phase adds value to visits, as patrons will have the opportunity to witness first hand the recuperation of this cultural heritage site and to examine the techniques and financing involved (and to be given the opportunity to witness the specific conditions of the Palace as work progresses, as well as the opportunity to study the vocations involved in the restoration process). The second recuperation phase continue the conservation and restoration of various decorative services throughout the palace.
The development of the restoration project is based upon the combination of various information sources: An essential pre-requisite for a good understanding of the site. This is particularly important as some of the elements involved in the renovation of the site are produced to complement already existing elements.