Castillo de San Miguel, Almuñécar, Granada, Spain

Located in the Cerro de San Miguel and crowning the town of Almuñécar. This Arab fortress occupies the space and take advantage Phoenicians and Romans, as evidenced by different sources and structures of Roman buildings. Undoubtedly the castle structures are Muslim period, as became the retreat of the Nasrid dynasty, S.XIII. At the end of the reign of the Catholic King Ferdinand, sixteenth century, the moat, the drawbridge and the imposing front entrance with its four circular towers built.  Visit Spain. Epic Spain Route © Monika Newbound

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