Castillo de San Juan de los Terreros

Pulpí, Spain

Castillo de San Juan de los Terreros was built between 1760 and 1764, during the reign of Charles III of Spain, as a horseshoe-shaped artillery fort for coastal defense. Its initial design by Thomas de Warluzel d'Hostel, was later modified, improved and finalized in 1764 by Antonio Duce Oliveros.


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Founded: 1760
Category: Castles and fortifications in Spain

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Rev. Marina McGrath (5 months ago)
A beautiful place to visit as the views from here are absolutely superb. Full views of the coast line and the fabulous Mediterranean sea. Stay until sunset as the sun goes down over the Mediterranean, superb.
Marcus Wilkinson (11 months ago)
Fantastic views, there is a restaurant there and it costs €2.00 to go into the turret which includes a Fantastic virtual reality tour of the silver mine that is truly amazing, a must visit if you are in the area.
Ona Girčienė (13 months ago)
Lovely views and the virtual tour to the Geoda is a nice addition :)
Thibaut Van houte (3 years ago)
Gorgeous at night ??
Nadine Dunn (3 years ago)
Beautiful! The views from the top our amazing. The added bonus of the virtual geo tour was super fun. The walk up the mountain to get to it was a workout but well with it. Had we only known we could have driven up there. I think San Juan de Los Terreros was one if my favorite towns. Will go back there to explore more.
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