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We love castles and were looking for a good one while passing through the region. This one is definitely worth a visit. Very few tourists make it even more enjoyable since you can get got photos and explore the area in peace. There is a...More
We visit the Castle of Coca, and we were surprised on how well preserved all the complex is: the moat, the outside walls and the building itself. It's also surprising how much area of the castle you can visit.
You have the chance to visit...More
You can walk a without paying the minimal fee to enter the castle. Going into the castle is an easy tour and well worth the few Euros per person. A self paced tour with a lot to see.round the large grounds
We visited this castle during summer. It is really massive. Very interesting when you go inside. You need a couple of hours to visit it. Located in a small town. I highly recommend it to spend a day out.
Located more or less halfway between Segovia and Valladolid the Coca castle is a rare example of a castle built in the mudejar style. You can take a walk around the castle and visit the arboretum nearby, and then visit the oldest part - the...More
This castle is very different than most. It is in a mudejar style and is definitely worth an hour or two of your time. It is not expensive and there are several things to see in the town. This castle has been restored and is...More
We took a morning drive to tour Coca and Turregano. So happy we did! Coca is quite amazing inside and out. We walked the walls, then went inside for a comprehensive tour. Some very interesting spaces including the "sound" room and the dungeon. Still well...More
The construction of the Castle of Coca has started in the year 1473. You will easily find this castle who is located at the edge of the village. You can park the car in front of the castle or nearby. You will enter by the...More
This is one of the few castles that you can go inside and explore. There is much to see and many interior rooms to explore. They have some arms on display as well as furniture and artifacts. There is also an old wall ruins near...More