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Castillo de San Miguel

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Castillo de San Miguel

602 Reviews
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Enrico L wrote a review Sep 2020
13 contributions9 helpful votes
I have been to the Castle umpteen times over the Years. Apart from anything else it is great Exercise getting there and walking around. Then it really depends on whether one is more interested in its History, its Architectural Splendour or the Magnificant Views. I have read the the 3 previous Reviews ( claessonstravel; Culture523517; charlizee78 ) And I concur.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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OK Claesson wrote a review Jul 2020
Stockholm, Sweden294 contributions70 helpful votes
We Walked Up to this Castle After visiting parque ornitologico loro sexi and jardin de cactus, was a bit of all steep walk but worth it. I would recommended One to carry water if plankning this. THE entrance fee was 4 euros each. Takes One about 1 - 1 /2 hours to tour. Very picturesque. The ticket also includes access to the museum of archeology (we Will do that today). Remember because of the Corona virus situation you may want to call ahead re opening Times (or take the chance as we did) and consider the spanish's opening and closing hours in accordance with siesta. Very relaxed, quiet excursion overlooking beaches. Informative using your sense of imagination as to how it was back in time (HISTORY). As there were no tour guides etc. Recomended if in the area with time om your hands.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Culture523517 wrote a review Apr 2020
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Great overview of the old town of Almunécar and the surrounding as well as Costa Tropical and Playa Velilla.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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charlizee h wrote a review Feb 2020
Nottingham, United Kingdom5 contributions1 helpful vote
The castle is small, but it is well kept, and the entertainer of the hotel we were going with told us very interesting things. Very beautiful views.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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320len wrote a review Jan 2020
North Yorkshire, United Kingdom26 contributions11 helpful votes
We decided to climb up a short winding road to the castle on a sunny morning. It can also be approached via winding old town streets and steps. It was only 1€ 60 pppn and that includes entry to the archaeological museum. Although the castle is in ruins apart from fortified walls, it has a fascinating history from Roman times through Phoenecian and Castilian occupations. Different levels are accessed by wooden steps with wooden handrails on one side. There are very good info' boards in Spanish and English, Also three covered rooms with interactive features and artefacts and models. The views from battlements are stupendous. So well worth a visit.There is one unisex toilet. It is closed on Mondays and over lunchtimes.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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