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I am too old to walk up to the castle and to smart to drive trhe winding road so got my daughter to.It really is worth the time to visit.as another reviewer remarked only a few parking spaces but September not too busy.Drivers watch out...More
We drove all the way up to the castle. There are only a few spaces to park there (maybe 10). You can also walk up to it, but it’s pretty hardcore.
Once you get to the top, don’t be fooled by the elevator... great for...More
If you really want to see this, and you don't have a car, take a taxi to the top and then walk down when you are done. After climbing the hill and taking in the castle and the views, our overall feeling was that the...More
This castle is worth a visit, but remember to see the inside too, because there you find a lot of nice old articles, and a castle really well renowated, the view over the city and the ocean is just spectacular ....
Following a pleasant coffee and churros in the town square it’s a wonderful ( if strenuous) walk up to the Castillo and castle.
We simply wandered through the pretty streets/ houses, climbing steep steps. Eventually we met the hikers path and climbed to the top....More
The castle is placed on top of a hill outside the town and includes also a small Church. There is a small zig-zag road to it. In high season parking can be a problem for there is limited place. The last part requires some stair...More
We spent a couple of hours with 2 young children exploring the castle. There are lots of interesting exhibits in the museum, lots of nooks and crannies to explore with children and a wonderful panoramic view of the whole area. The best thing was the...More
Castles are good for many things, but one thing they are really good for nowadays, are views. The Cullera castle provides one of the best ones - onto the coastline leading up to the peninsula where Denia and Xabia are located. On the other side...More