A lovely long walk in the evening is great for this. Wear comfy shoes! I wore sandals and it was do able but not my wisest choice of footwear. The views from the top are well worth the long walk.
Well signed and at least there was something to see once there ( see my comments on Turo Rodo Iberian settlement).Quite a steep climb in places with a lot of steps ( if this is an issue). Three euros entrance (half that for seniors) was proportionate for the what must be a hard job keeping the place in good order.... 更多
well we decided to make the trek uphill to see the castle and the views no doubt will see from there so set off from beach followed signs to castle and 1st pathway was blocked so had to turn around and try to decide how to get up as quite few paths none of which were signposted so made it... 更多
It's not easy to be found and then there is a fee to enter it - 3 euros if i am not mistaken. If you are coming from the Llloret Beach you can mistake the route - not everywhere are signs. Be sure to know beforehand its openning hours - we get there 10 minutes before closing...
even if there is not much left from the castle itself the view from the top is amazing and wotrh seeing. it's located on a coastal path so it's easy to get there and see some other beautiful places meanwile
Only one tower has remained from the old castle. However, after seeing the wonderful view available from its top, one gets mesmerized by the beauty of the Costa Brava. You need to walk a little to get there and prepare to pay a 3 euro entrance fee. Estimated visit, maximum 30 minutes.