Building with an L-shaped plan. At the end of one of the legs, which is set parallel with the fortification wall, is the gate of the same name, which leads to the town harbour. The present form of the building is the product of radical modification and additions, made both in the British period and later. The building had already been abandoned and fallen into ruins at the end of the Venetian period. The ground floor now houses municipal services, shops, etc., while the upper floors have been converted into residential accommodation.