This is a small castle with a horseshoe-shaped floor. The part that faces the sea shows a wall in the form of slope that ends at an angle with the main entrance.
What to visit in Cuevas del Almanzora
It is eleven meters high with two floors and a terrace closed by a thick wall, where there are a number of "saeteras" and embrasures seen. The interior has vaulted ceilings on its first floor.
After being a military post, it was destined to be a surveillance post for the Civil Guard until its definitive abandonment. At the beginning of the nineties a rehabilitation plan was carried out that tried to turn this historic building back to its original condition. It was recovered and became an exhibition hall and is also a tourist office during the summer months.