Serranos Towers

Interesting
The Torres de Serranos, dating from the late 14C, guarded one of the many gates to the city, and provide a fine example of medieval military architecture. They also had a function as a triumphal arch, which explains the fine Gothic carving above the door that once gave onto the exterior of the town. The rooms on the city side all give onto loggia, designed in such a way to avoid the enemy being able to seize them. Right on the other side of the city, the Torres de Quart date from the 15C.

Useful information

Adresse : 

Pl. de los Fueros

Phone:

+34 963 91 90 70

Opening hours

9.30am-7pm, Sun and Bank Hols 9.30am-3pm - €2, Sat €1, free admittance every Sun and Bank Hols

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