Built in 1200 then rebuilt in 1390 this castle has been a fortress, prison and a palace over the years. It stands largely in ruins after being battered by 400 years of wars. It has a visitors centre which shows how people lived many years ago. Some of the stones from the walls were used to make up the harbour wall. It is open all year round to visitors. Just up the road 5 min is the Cathedral so both can be visited in a morning.
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