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We were so glad to have gone to Castillo de La Iruela. It was breathtaking in every direction and at every step. I loved the fact that you could climb to the top of the tower as well as stand in the amphitheatre - such...More
Amazing place, so we'll kept considering how old it is. The views are to die for and so it is the climb to get to it. It doesn't matter where you look, you just can't stop taking pictures. In every direction you look there is...More
On foot it is quite a climb to get here since the village and then the castle are straight up from the road. When we visited there was no one there and no obstacles to our getting in whatsoever. From more recent reviews I see...More
Now our third visit to this tiny town.
Its primitive structure is relatively intact. It consists of a principal tower and two separate enclosures, with some battlements still intact, connected by a long curtain wall. These walls also protected the monastery, whose remains are still...More
The town of Iruela which you go through to get to the castle is very small, quaint, and attractive. There are the ruins of an old church destroyed by the French, and, higher up the fortifications built by the Arabs, on top of which there...More
A work in progress, this Castillo is fascinating. The views from the top of the tower are spectacular. There is an intriguing amphitheatre (who did what there....and to who?) and an atmospheric ruined church. It's one of those places that stimulates both an interest in...More