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Watchtowers

Diputación de Málaga

Watchtowers

The edge of the coastline is home to a group of watchtowers built in the late XV and XVI centuries. Of Phoenician-Roman origin, they were restored and enlarged by the Arabs and proved to be of vital importance during the consolidation of the Spanish State, providing protection against the incursions of pirates and constituting an excellent system of defence that survived until the XIX century. The names of the individual towers are Arroyo Vaquero, Baños, Guadalmansa, Saladillo, Salavieja, Padrón and Velerín.

Monuments and Art > The Tower and The Fortified Building
Ctra. Nacional 340, salida Km.163,5 (Jardines Urb. Torre Bermeja), Zip Code 29680