Castillo de Luna

Castillo de Luna
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Located in Rota, the Luna castle dates from the 13th century and was built under control of "Guzmán the Good" upon a fortified convent of ribat or Muslim origin, in the 11th century. It is rectangular with five crenelated towers, and its interior is structured around a central courtyard.

Property of the Dukes of Arcos, the Ponce de León used the castle as a residence and there is evidence that the Catholic Monarchs visited the city and stayed there.

The Luna Castle is a symbol in itself for citizens of Rota, Cadiz, and proof of this is its presence on the coat of arms of the village. It has housed a hospital and a school, and is currently the location of the City Hall of Rota.

Adults: 2€. Children (6-12 years): 1€. Children under 6 years: Admission free of charge.

Monday to Friday, 9am to 2pm and 7pm to 11pm. Saturday and Sunday: 10am to 2pm and 7-11pm. Guided tours take place on Saturdays at 10am and 8 pm.

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Castillo de Luna
Calle Cuna, 2, 11520
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