The Alconchel Castle or Miraflores Castle is built on the top of the Miraflores hill, it is a defensive building in the border area that is currently being recovered for hospitality and its dependencies can be visited. Its origins date back to the 12th century. It is near a small stream, a tributary of the …More
Castillo de Los Molares: it is the primitive nucleus around which the current population of Los Molares was formed, Andalusia. It dates from the early 14th century, when King Fernando IV granted the place to Lope Gutiérrez de Toledo (1310), as a reward for his performance in the battle of Algeciras.
After the death of Lope …More
Castillo de Colomares is a monument, in the form of a castle, dedicated to the life and adventures of Christopher Columbus, Andalusia. It was built near Benalmádena in Spain, between 1987 and 1994. Covering an area of 1,500 meters, it is the largest monument in the world to the explorer, but also contains the smallest …More
Saint Catherine’s Castle (Castillo de Santa Catalina) is a castle that sits on the Cerro de Santa Catalina, Andalusia, overlooking the Spanish city of Jaén.
The castle began as a Moorish fortress in the 8th century, later improved by the Nasrid ruler of the Emirate of Granada, Abdallah ibn al-Ahmar (who also built the Alhambra). Earlier, …More
The Gérgal Castle is a late medieval defensive construction located in Andalusia, municipality of Gérgal, Almería province (Spain). Its strategic location to the northeast of the town, on one of the hills that form the foothills of the Sierra de los Filabres, gives it wide views over the town and the Rambla de Gérgal, and …More
Castillo de Alcaudete is a castle in Alcaudete, in the province of Jaén, Andalusia, Spain. The castle was built by the Arabs over the remains of a previous Roman fortification and taken by the Christians in 1085 during the reign of Alfonso VI. For almost three hundred years thereafter, the castle kept changing hands until …More
The castle-palace of Alacuás, Castillo de las Cuatro Torres or Palacio de los Aguilar is one of the noble mansions built during the feudal decadence of the 16th century. It is located in Alacuás (Valencian Community), Spain.
It is a palace-castle with residential characteristics, with coffered ceilings in the rooms, tiles and ornamental arrangements and important …More
Castle Palace of the Viscount of Ros (Sp. Castillo Palacio del Vizconde de Ros). The monastic order of San Felipe Neri started the construction of the palace in the last quarter of the XIX century.
At first it was owned by the Balsicas farm, later it became the property of the State and by it, it …More
The Tamarit Castle (cat. Castell de Tamarit) is located on a promontory on the Mediterranean Sea, in the municipality of Tarragona. Its walls surround the closed village of the same name. The gated town and castle complex combines Romanesque, Gothic and Renaissance styles. An intervention from 1916 by its new owner Charles Deering, an American …More
Tortosa castle (cat. La Suda de Tortosa) is an impressive fortress in Tortosa at an altitude of 59 meters above sea level, overlooking the city and the Ebro River, with an exceptional observation deck. Tortosa is part of the province of Tarragona in the autonomous community of Catalonia.
Today it is part of the Paradores Nacionales …More