After the transfer of the Council from the town of Aledo to the "suburb of Totana", the Town Hall was built throughout the 16th century.
The building that houses the Town Hall is one of the most modern Town Halls in the region. It was remodelled in the 19th century and restored again during the 1990s. However, it is still possible to observe the wooden ceilings on the top floor and the vaults in the basement.
Of the four façades of the building, the rear one is the only one that has been completely rehabilitated, while the rest retain the aesthetic characteristics of the 16th century.
If we look at the main façade, we will find something really curious. The terrain has a small irregularity, which causes the plinth to be higher at one end than the other.
What to see in Totana