It is the best preserved medieval fortification of the Canary Islands. Erected around 1470, but reformed in the sixteenth century, its main use was for the defense of internal rebellions of the island. Structured in three parts, the windows are loopholes from where arrows and muskets were shot. It currently holds an exhibition of historical maps of the island of La Gomera inside.
Primer concurso de fotografía turística para promocionar la Isla
May 7, 2018
Nota de prensa Bases (Inglés) Formulario (Ingl
For whoever is visiting La Gomera for the first time
February 23, 2018
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