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the castle is nice to see but there are way more beautiful ones in Andalusia.
The drive there from the mainroad takes a long time through were windy narrow streets. We were very dissapointed upon our arrival. you can walk through the castillo in 5...More
The view is absolutely breathtaking!!!! Probably one of the best views we have ever seen. We had a little walk around the cobblestone streets which was very quaint. There are a couple of little gift shops and a little bar and in the hotel there’s...More
This is an old Moorish castle in an old village, now with "holiday accommodation" and an hotel. The old castle, tiny streets and views are wonderful. En route we saw storks, and at the village vultures. Fabulous. Best to go when it's not quite so...More
Beautiful , peaceful and quaint. A real honeymoon village. There are a few hikes to do if you are adventurous or you can just chill in one of the interesting little pubs , enjoying a good meal and a bottle of wine.
If you are close to Algeciras, La Linea or San Roque. The Castle in Castellar de la Frontera would be a great option to get away. It is built upon a high mountain and the view from there is breath taking. Inside of the walls...More
Visited today. Lovely very small castle (now a hotel) and enclosed village. Doesn't take long to tour the village but quaint old buildings make it interesting. Lovely view down to Gibraltar and the surrounding countryside in all directions. Go into the hotel (where we had...More
We overnighted at the lovely Convent Almoraima there down, and I found this little walled village when searching the way to our hotel. This looks like the similiar tiny uphill villages in Provence or Istria, and it's really must to visit, if you are on...More