Melgarejo Castle

Arcos de la Frontera, Spain

Melgarejo Castle was built probably in the 14th century. Part of it collapsed in 2018 and the castle ruins were closed.

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Founded: 14th century
Category: Castles and fortifications in Spain

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3.6/5 (based on Google user reviews)

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Sergio Herrera (3 years ago)
Although it is a historic tower in the city with the restoration of the sheet that they have put on it, they have taken away the charm of the historical monument
Mauricio G.R. (3 years ago)
In this place a castle was built with a square tower, crowned with battlements where the remains of the machicolations still remain in its four corners and four walls, the main pointed access door and a large patio. It would be part of a medieval fortress of which only this watchtower would remain on the road from Arcos to Jerez.
Francisca G.A (3 years ago)
Beautiful, although it is in very bad condition, it is a shame.
Fabiana Melgarejo (4 years ago)
It cannot be visited because it is in full restoration. Which seems necessary to me.
Antonio Garcia Prats (4 years ago)
It is a pity that it cannot be visited and is open to the public
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