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All reviews worth the climb narrow streets worth a visit old town moorish castle amazing views closed for repairs audio guide opening hours are surrounding countryside castle visit steep walk castillo information hill sea steps
You can walk here from the city centre but it is quite a climb. A taxi will take you to the bottom of the steps but it is still quite a climb to get to the castle itself. Nothing special about the castle but the...More
A wonderfully restored Arabic and later addition Christian castle, dominates this coastal town. There are plenty of information boards in several languages including English gives an account of life in this imposing fortress
Dominating the skyline of Salobreña is the Castillo. It’s a steep walk up to the entrance, which is not that clearly marked, however persevere and you’ll find it eventually. Cost, at time of writing, 4 Euro per adult. It’s very sparse and some notice boards...More
Went to the old town on first day of our holiday in salobrena for an evening meal. My best advice would be do not drive, park and walk as the roads were so narrow and very steep and it was pretty hairy at times and...More
Castillo de Salobreña is an arabic castle located in the little town called Salobreña, in Andalusia. The castle is good, and here you can learn about the history of the land and the castle. From here you can see a lot of beautiful views of...More
A rather step climb up to the Castle through fairly narrow streets will reward you with very lovely views of the surrounding area.
Entrance is charged at €4 unless you are over 65, in a group of 12+ or young for which they charge €2.
It was a bit of a labyrinth getting up through the Casco Antigua but that was part of the beauty; climbing through the white washed houses. I would advise on taking Google maps with you to avoid getting lost as there’s virtually no parking and...More
Got there at 3:30pm to find that the opening hours are 10:00 to 13:30, 16:00 to 17:30 so had to pop back down for a coffee. Went back after 4pm and paid €4 for the under 65s and €2 for the 65 and overs (apparently...More