We stumbled across this place whilst driving along the coast from Cala Millor. We could see the hill in the distance which enticed us to venture nearer and we weren't disappointed. It's a beautiful castle of which the oldest remaining tower dates back to 1216 if I remember correctly. Many additions have been made over the centuries and you can walk around at your leisure. There are quite a few steps to climb to reach the castle, we did count them, I think it was around 147 but you can take your time so there is no rush. There is a 3 euro entry fee but you get a brochure telling you how best to walk around and there was also a free booklet to take away of the castles history through the centuries. You can walk around half of the ramparts and take in the stunning views but some still need re-in forcing. They are still excavating the village built within the castle walls but you are well informed of what has been done so far. Definitely worth a visit if you are in the area. It's not huge so will only take you 30 minutes or so to look around. There are toilets within the castle grounds and there is a free car park at the bottom of the hill, well signposted through the village.
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