Palacio del Deán Ortega


Next to the Capilla de El Salvador stands what was originally its chaplain's house, the Palacio del Deán Ortega – now Úbeda’s luxurious parador hotel. Visitors are welcome to view the typically Vandelvira two-tier courtyard.

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