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Castillo del Rey, San Vicente de la Barquera

(3.8/5 based on 160+ reviews on the web)
Castillo del Rey is located in San Vicente de la Barquera. Make Castillo del Rey a centerpiece of your San Vicente de la Barquera vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our San Vicente de la Barquera vacation generator.
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Adults €2. Children 1. They deserve only the views. Reasonable price and nothing else. The best are the views. It has a living room with l history of the town
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  • Small castle which can be accessed for 2 euros. The building is small, the two main rooms (one on top of another) hosting exhibitions. In the bottom of caves in the area, and in the above photographs had models and simulations of the origins and evolution of San Vicente de la Barquera. In another small room is projected a video of 10 minutes, also on the history of the town, which isn't bad. But the best thing is to take the top to enjoy the view, either side of the population.
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  • A very nice and place with beautiful views of San Vicente of la barquera. It is well maintained, and its views are unbeatable.
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Google
  • A really nice historical place with great view, don't miss it if have any chance to visit.
  • Very well preserved
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  • The castle of the King closed the wall of the villa. It is considered that the first castle on this site was build during the repopulation of Alfonso I of Asturias in the middle ages. The castle of the King closes the wall of the villa. It is considered that the first castle in this place should be built during the repopulation of Alfonso I of Asturias in the Middle Ages.
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  • Environment overrated. If it's a getaway better invest the time to visit Comillas, Santillana and Santander. There were tide low, many people... and little to do.
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  • The only Castle makes sense come to see the sights of the town from above. They are very cool.
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