The interior of the Don Bosco house remains completely original from the early 20th century. There are some great examples of local craftsmanship from that time. Some of the highlights of this significant family heritage are:
Hand carved walnut wooden furniture in the Castilian style of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. The splendid fireplace in the grand salon is the most remarkable.
The beautifully preserved courtyard with Nazarite tiles and a complete representation of regional ceramics.
Tapestries from the 19th century with pastoral motifs, made by the “Real Fábrica de Tapices” (Royal Tapestry Factory) of Madrid.
A collection of paintings by the prestigious Salesian “Don Salvador Rosés”, who was the director of Casa Don Bosco between 1946-1964.
A collection of 39 unique panels with bullfighting motifs by the great ceramist “Pedro Mercedes” from Cuenca. The works can be seen in the solarium gallery.