This ancient gateway to the city is near the San Juan de los Reyes Monastery at the edge of the aljama, or old Jewish ... More
Puerta del Cambrón
This ancient gateway to the city is near the San Juan de los Reyes Monastery at the edge of the aljama, or old Jewish Quarter. Its name comes from the spiny cambrón bush which grew in the vicinity. The present gate dates from the reconstruction carried out in the second half of the sixteenth century. The two towers of the gateway are joined by a central turreted courtyard.
Toledo's hilltop fortress, the Alcáº¡r, dominates the city. The Romans, Visigoths and Arabs all built fortifications on this site. Alfonso
VI established himself here when he conquered Toledo for the Christians in 1085. In 1535, following the reconstruction of ...
A stroll along the Toledo valley offers fantastic views of the city. The Piedra del Rey Moro (The Moorish King's
Rock) above the ermita de la Virgen del Valle is a particularly beautiful spot, although it involves a bit ...
This hotel comes highly recommended for all types of travellers, especially tour groups, as Mijas is the ideal base from
which to explore all of Andalusia. Hotel completely renovated to a high standard 1107 ivLocationIn the middle of the ...