Having visited Granada, Seville and Córdoba this was very small in comparison but still very pretty and peaceful. Open 9.30 to 2.30 but FREE for the last hour of opening!!
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The renovation of this castle has apparently been funded by the local people and it's a monument they should be proud of. The outer grounds of the castle were in full purple jacaranda bloom and inside the walls there was a number of interesting areas...More
Not too big. An excellent walk around to admire the local architecture and formal gardens. A separate ticket is required for the camera obscura
This castle is typical of the region, yet offers a bit more than just walls and ruins. There's an old olive press, a small mosque, ruins of the old baths, underground cisterns, a small pharmaceutical museum and not least a camera obscura. The camera obscura...More
This is a strange review in that we did not manage to visit the Alcazar. All the guide books advised that summer opening hours started on 1 May, but unfortunately nobody told the Alcazar. We turned up in the afternoon to find that winter hours...More
We had checked the opening times online and the alcazar should have been open all day on the day that we tried to visit. When we got there we were met by a piece of paper pinned to the door saying that the alcazar closed...More
We had visited Seville's Alcazar earlier in the week and found this to be smaller but superior. Beautiful setting with views over Jerez, wonderful archaeological site and lots to keep you interested for a couple of hours. When we visited the tower wasn't open to...More