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He guided visit local route in the Hamma Bury Castle, it is a prickly Almohad fortress that has been completely preserved dese the tenth century, thanks to its fabulous wall made of mud. Inside found archaeological remains from the Bronze Age along...more
A castle from the XII century built by the Almohade rulers to avoi the Christian spread further south. Incredibly well preserved, it commands a large view on the plain that is covered with olive orchards.
Small arabian castle (more impressive in the distance).It is worth visiting the castle (guided tour in spanish) and hearing the stories of the cementery located inside!And of the festivities celebrated there!The inside of the castle is absolutely empty but the walls and the tower keep...More
Really enjoyed our guided visit, though a little hit and miss as to how to get in! Phoned the tourist office in the end, and was told to wait outside the gate at the opening time. Others turned up in dribs and drabs, and the...More
Amazing looking castle, you have to pay €3 at the tourists office they then show you round. But tourists office is not open often out of season! The staff only speak Spanish.
All info signs in the castle are in Spanish & English French is...More
we really enjoyed our visit to this historical castle. There was a lot of walking but worth it. we joined a guided tour which was very informative. The whole area and views are beautiful. I would easily visit this area again.
Known as the “fortress of the seven kings” due to the number of monarchs who lived there, including Ferdinand the Catholic. Built by the Umayyad in the 10th century, it is completely battlemented in elliptic shape and has 14 square turrets, as well as the...More
This castle has to be one of the best kept secrets of Islamic Spain. My wife and I made a fairly lengthy diversion to visit it whilst spending a couple of nights in Baeza during Semana Santa. It's well worth it though because this castle...More
I was driving on the highway and I saw the amazing view so I turned it's Way and I found this amazing little town with this great history. The view in unbelievable. Walk around the town and enjoy its castle and history, you WILL NOT...More