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We had an enjoyable 30 minute stroll along the prom to visit here. Lots of benches for a rest and a cafe directly across the road for refreshments. Also another couple of cafe options in the marina nearby.
We were out walking and stopped to visit the castle. Lovely art exhibition and history of the area. Very cool inside and well kept also lovely views outside. Coffee at the port made for a lovely morning.One other plus point it is Free entry.
The Castillo de Santa Ana is definitely worth a visit if you're in Roquetas. If you're staying at one of the big hotels in the area, this is a short walk away. When we visited, there was also a contemporary art exhibit inside.
We visited here one day while out on a bike ride.
This place is a small castle/fort that was originally built to protect the fishermen and their families many years ago.
It’s free to enter and has lots of displays associated with the local area,...More
My friend from Stockholm stayed there for 5 days.
Appartment was not clean on arrival, and also not spacially prepared, for someone arriving on Sunday when everything is closed.
There should have been WIFI , but it was a joke; NO WIFI. this leads
Response from dnowland_12 | Reviewed this property |
Sorry but I don't know for sure but I think it is Mon to Sat 10 am to 1 pm and 6 pm to 8 pm, we didn't have time for a proper visit just a walk around the castle and grounds. I suggest you Google the Castle and you will find... More
Sorry but I don't know for sure but I think it is Mon to Sat 10 am to 1 pm and 6 pm to 8 pm, we didn't have time for a proper visit just a walk around the castle and grounds. I suggest you Google the Castle and you will find the opening hours on their web site I am sure.
Hope this helps.