The Town Hall is a nineteenth-century building complex of eclectic taste composed of three separate building volumes, the main one -dedicated to the town hall- with a square floor plan, with two levels and a hipped roof that is kept in an optimal state of conservation. Its facade stands out for the triple semi-circular arcade that monumentalizes the access, guided by elegant columns, surmounted by beautiful foliage capitals. On the upper floor there is a large vaulted adjoining balcony, which is accessed through three doors finished in height by a series of original small windows covered by a stole-shaped moulding. The buildings that flank the Town Hall were designed to house a school for boys and girls, respectively.