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All reviews worth the climb ancient roman century ad oldest lighthouse surrounding park great history light house roman times working lighthouse the atlantic ocean ticket office great views from the top walk up nice walk information boards worth the effort tourist information
3 euros to go see it...
Nice construction, good views... But definitely not very special
Pics of the monuments at it's bottom, with the tower as a background, are probably better than photos from up there.
The Tower of Hercules is an amazingly well preserved lighthouse tower that was built during Roman times. We took a taxi tour from the port of the old town and stopped here briefly for photos. The view of the rugged Atlantic coastline is amazing.
The Tower of Hercules is an ancient Roman lighthouse on a peninsula. Until the 20th century, the tower itself was known as the "Farum Brigantium". The structure is 55 metres (180 ft.) tall and overlooks the North Atlantic coast of Spain. The structure, was built...More
Amazing views and well kept attraction. Did not enter as shirt of time. Only suggestion would be to sell tickets at the lighthouse as some people including me ignored the sins telling you to buy tickets at the bottom of the hill....
We only had short time in the city and walked to the tower and the North end of this small peninsula.
The surroundings here are nice and the tower has a kind of majestic appearance.
We did not enter, so no comments about that.
Walked along the seafront from the port area in around 40 minutes. Lighthouse is reasonably interesting and has some great views from the top. The climb up can be broken into stages by checking out the small rooms on each floor.
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The Hercules Tower opens from October to May, from 10:00 to 18:00 and from June to September, from 10:00 to 21:00.
The entrance fee is 3€
Reduced fee 1.5€ (under 14s and over 65s years old)
Monday free of charge