Palazzos may date back to the Baroque Era (16th, 17th and 18th century) and some even go back to the times of the Knights of Malta. 

The majority of them still retain their original features such as arches, arched ceilings, patterned floor tiles, niches, thick walls, courtyards, flagstones, wooden beams and many more beautiful features.

They are normally situated more within the village. Whilst one can still find un-converted Palazzos, most of them have been converted and may be surrounded by nice gardens, have internal courtyards and possibly equipped with both outdoor and indoor pools.

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