Castillo de Luna
Castillo de Luna
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Michael G
Lutry, Switzerland230 contributions
The Castillo de la Luna is just opposite to the Iglesia de Nuestra Señora de la O. The entrance to this building is free, but unfortunately you can only access the ground floor and the inner courtyard, it is worth the while to enter into this castle that was constructed at the end of the 13th century on the remains of a Muslim monastery.
Written September 29, 2019
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manwharf
Madrid, Spain99 contributions
all people talk about Zahara, Conil, Caños, Bolonia and Novo, but this village is a perfect mixture of history, architecture pearls and sandy white beaches even in the core town of La Costilla seaside area, if you go to the outskirts you will find paradise beaches as Punta Candor. Fortunately not many hotels so you could only go and see cos it is very expensive too book in this charming fishing and historical village. Lets keep the secret!
Written August 25, 2019
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Szlachcic
Buckinghamshire, UK127 contributions
Couples
A small castle where we could only see on the ground floor. No charge for admission and only a quick visit necessary. We were not allowed up stairs where, from reading other comments, others were able to do so. Perhaps that was why we were not charged for admission. We were there on a Monday when a lot of other places are closed.
Written February 26, 2018
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Delfin646
Rota, Spain17 contributions
Family
Small castle that now houses government offices. Not much to see unless you sched a tour. Inner courtyard is pretty nice but that's all you can really see.
Written February 2, 2019
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Bobbelar
London, UK350 contributions
An absolutely stunning example of 13th Century architecture. Well worth a visit. Rota Old Town is lovely and this one of it’s gems,
Written May 28, 2022
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Don J
Rota, Spain16 contributions
Friends
It is very much a castle of a noble family now it belongs to the government and they do a good job of preserving it and opening it up for special events. Worth half hour of you time to check it out in old town Rota.
Written January 12, 2020
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JeJNeath
Neath South Wales75 contributions
Couples
We just happened to stroll past this beautiful building and decided to call in for a look, it was amazing, wonderful courtyard internally and some historic references; worth a look around
Written October 21, 2018
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cayetano d
Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain90 contributions
Really well keep, the castle is now the central offices of the Rota Town Hall. The touristic office is there. You can enter the main floor, and walk in the patio de armas, but you can not go to the upper floors, as there are the offices of the townhall. In the outside, the wallas are very impresive.
Written July 9, 2018
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Yo Giacomo
Dana Point, CA2,774 contributions
Couples
Even if you are like us and can’t do the upstairs, the courtyard is so worth it. Excellent atmosphere and creative photo opportunities.
Written March 28, 2018
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rotaluver1975
Mt.Angel, Oregon21 contributions
We travel often to Rota. We love to check in and see how every thing is going at the castle. There is a lovely court yard that is fully accessible. government offices occupy some areas. Inside and out make for great photo opportunities.It is located quite near a major hotel.
Written March 3, 2018
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