El Patio de la Yedra

It gets its name from the climbing plant that sprouts from the flowerbeds and covers three of its walls. The front slope of the patio runs through a double gallery of popular features in its simplicity.

We find masonry pillars that frame the door of the winery, a mural of tiles with the logo of the House and some whitewashed jars that serve as flower pots.

The same light blue that characterizes the other patios of the house unifies wood, gutters and flowerpots, in soft contrast with the whitewashed walls and plants.

On the right side, where the patio narrows, we can see three old jars of reddish clay and Arab roots that were found in the basement of the house.

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