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All reviews worth the climb worth the effort white houses town centre the main square worth a visit park your car gift shop narrow streets lovely place to visit steep walk birds of prey amazing views on foot tapas the costa del sol ruins
Casares Castle, situated above the beautiful traditional white walled Spanish Village.
It’s a bit of a trek by foot up to the old Castle as there are no real roads, but once up the the views are spectacular. On a good day Gibraltar and North...More
I have been to many historical places, this was one of the worse.
But I like old castles and fortresses.
Äslkae Games of Trones and can go around just to watch this.
... but as said the taste is like ...
What a wonderful view of the white village of Casares in Andalucia! Hard climb up best fine early evening after sun has gone down but well worth it when you get there and you can also see Gibraltar on s fine day!
We visited Casares on a hot Sunday, and were nearly alone in the old beautiful magic centre. t
The local population were sitting and singing on spanish music in their houses, some daytrippers wandered around ( 6 in total ! ) .
We walked around...More
After some steep climbing you enter the grounds of he former castle. Some parts are ruins, some parts are renovated and there are even some people living there in small houses. The view is the surrounding area is truly magnificent and the cemetery is definitely...More
While there's not much to the ruins of Casares Castle it is still worth a walk up to get great views of the town and surrounding area and to see some of the whitewashed homes and narrow alleyways. It's easy to find and be sure...More
Casares is one of the many "white towns" scattered around the Costa del Sol. It is one of the smaller ones but worth a visit for at least a morning or afternoon. The houses are all white and built into the side of the rocks....More