Lutri Palace is one of the most sumptuous mansions in Avola, the most important building of the town decorated in a Baroque style. It was built in 1702 by local workers, ordered by the noble family Lutri, which was one of the most powerful families in city. In Avola the Palace is normally called “U Palazzu re Lutri “. This palace is still inhabited by the Lutri Family, here we can admire the beautiful Baroque façade located in Corso Vittorio Emanuele, with its impressive ashlar portal and by a mighty arch decorated with five masks (the middle one depicts a woman’s face, the other four are a grotesque type), carved using the bas-relief technique. The balcony is decorated and topped by an elegant triangular pediment. The lateral balconies placed on Corso Vittorio Emanuele and Piazza Umberto I, are simple but elegantly decorated. Inside the building has an attractive hall that leads to a large courtyard used to hold exhibitions and receptions. Here you can admire an interesting artesian well that connects to an aquifer situated below Piazza Umberto I. The great halls decorated with stuccoes and decorative frescoes, painted by Gregorio Scalia, take their name from the color of the walls: “Red Room”, ” Yellow Room “,” Blue Room “and” Pink Room “.