OLD DOMINICAN CONVENT / TOWN HALL OF LLORET
On the right side of the parish church of Lloret, on the same road, you find the the building that functions as the current Town Hall; it originates from a section of the former Dominican Monastery buildings, which were seized and sold in 1835 by the prime minister of Spain in order to raise funds to support the queen in the Carlisle War.
This intensively refurbished building has a facade with four floors. The main lintel doorway opens on the left side into a small space located next to the belfry of the church.
The Monastery building, dates back to the second half of the 17th Century, when the Dominicans expanded the existing premises; a cloister was added in the 18th Century. In 1835, the building was sold except for one wing and the hallway adjacent to the cloister.
How to find the old Dominican convent and town hall of Lloret de Vistalegre
Lloret de Vistalegre
Lloret de Vistalegre, or simply Lloret, is a small municipality located in the very heart of Mallorca in the plain region called “es Pla”. Lloret boasts agricultural lifestyle thus most accommodation options are agroturismos and charming fincas scattered over the countryside. The are a number of point of interest and places to visit in Lloret, for example the sa Comuna natural area, the church of Our Lady of Loreto, the old wells and the former Franciscan convent. Lloret is both charming and very traditional, a great place to discover real Mallorcan culture.
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