Ein Wachturm der gegen die Piratenüberfälle diente. In 1911 entstand daraus der heutige Palast March. Die wohlhabende Familie hat nun daraus Museum gemacht, das man besichtigen kann. Besonders erwänenswert sind die Gärten, in denen der Architekten Gabriel Alomar Esteve (1910-1997) Hand anlegte. Er war sehr vertraut mit italienischen Gärten und at auch in weiteren Anwesen der Familie March gearbeitet.
The March Servera couple selected this beautiful spot on the coast to build what would become a singular recreational villa. It is situated on the site of an ancient watchtower, which was called the „Torre Cega“ (Blind Tower) because it was not visible from the other watchtowers and it only protected Cala Ratjada.
The estate was acquired in 1915 and the following year Guillem Reynés Font (1877-1918) was given charge of the project. Reynés was one of the most notable architects of the early XX Century and his professional relationship with Juan March was fruitful as the latter entrusted him with various projects. Connected initially to Modernism, the work of Reynés evolved towards Regionalism, a style which inspired the work of Sa Torre Cega, considered a representative example of the style in Majorca.