This neoclassical palace stands out from the surrounding buildings because of its size, and keep, the last of the private gardens in urban compact of Getaria. The sober decoration underline the vin plate shield wealth of Asu. The palace was built by the Romero Asu Echave on the site with which were made in the eighteenth century. The palace belonged to Rameri offspring of merchants from Flemish, these were strategically established in the second half of the seventeenth century in the sea ports of San Sebastián, Hondarribia and Getaria. From there developed a range of international business. Participating in the lucrative import-export trade between Europe and the American colonies.