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It was a nice experience to go in the old tower and to read all the interesting subjects about the towers to defend the country against the enemies, There are nice things to see and we climb to the top and have had a beautiful...More
It costs only €1 or free on a Monday, to visit this attraction in the centre of La Cala. Many people walk right past but it really is worth a visit. You can go round this historic 'museum' as quickly or slowly as you wish....More
We have round towers in Ireland and Spain has them as castles, it is interesting to visit a place and find out some of its' history and you can do this in the Torreon as well as take fabulous pictures from the top battlement.
I love visiting all the tourist attractions whilst on holiday so I was thrilled when I realised the tower was actually opened to visitors. There are two floors to the tower, the first has some models of the tower and others that are nearby, as...More
Visited here - cant understand the negative reviews, some people have no brains. Arrived here and as you would expect from a small watchtower / fortress it's not that big so it's a quick visit. Interesting video introduction explaining the history behind the building. You...More
The tower is manned by volunteers who provide information on local attractions and the area. All speak English and hope visitors make a contribution of E1 towards funds for a local charity simply for visiting the tower. However included in the price is a self-guided...More
This refurbished tower stands proudly on the La Cala de Mijas Plaza. A reminder of troubled times and marauding pirates it is now a must climb viewpoint for the village and glorious beach. Tourist info available there too