This castle dates back to the 11th century and was subsequently converted from fortress to palace in 1538, by Francisco de los Cobos, Secretary of State to Charles I of Spain, who stayed in the castle. Today, it's the headquarters of one of the finest olive oil companies in the world of the same name. I found the whole place fascinating and well worth the visit. See my blog post about the oil at http://bit.ly/1dkU7BR
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