The Boïl’s Turret
It was built in the 18th century and formed part of a larger complex: the Boil’s palace or Sardanyola, dating from the same century.
The Boïl’s Turret.
The Boil’s turret. It is a two-storey building with a ground floor, made of tile. The square tower rises on one of the sides.
The three floors are organised in the same way: a large room occupying almost 63 square metres of floor space.
The access staircase is on one side. The ground and first floors have two small chambers on the side of the tower staircase.
The roofs vary on each floor: the ground floor has a vaulted ceiling and the first floor has a flat roof. On the first floor, the structure of beams supporting the two-slope roof can be seen. The floors are accessed by a staircase with an iron handrail. The first floor is decorated with ‘mocadoret’-type tile skirting boards. The motifs are repeated on the ceiling of the first floor, but with some variations.