Visit to the Watchtowers
If you look at the profile of the Oropesa del Mar coast on its north side you will find a smooth and uniform coastline, easy to control visually. It is not the same if you look to the south where the Renegá area is, with its small coves and rugged relief.
The "colomera" towers or watchtowers were built to help the King's Tower in the surveillance tasks increasing the control over the coast.
Today, now with no strategic value, they are still a reference point where you can experience juxtaposed sensations of the breeze and the sea, perfect music to observe the architecture of nature over incredibly shaped native vegetation.
TOWER OF THE KING
Free visits during the summer season from Tuesday to Sunday afternoon.
The rest of the year on Fridays at 13:00h upon registration at the tourist offices.
Groups contact with the Museum of Oropesa del Mar in info@firstname.lastname@example.org - 964 310 100 ext.: 1623
Visits in the summer season on Friday mornings.
The rest of the year on Fridays at 11:15 am, with prior registration at the tourist offices.
Groups contact the tourist office: 964 312 320