CASTILLO DE TORRES DE MENS, MALPICA (R)
Built in the fifteenth century on a former fortress which at the same time stood on an old fort, it is formed by an L-shaped dwelling and three square-plan towers in the north-east, south-west and south-east, of which the one of the homage stands out, of three heights with a wooden balcony. All this is surrounded by an oval walled enclosure that encloses the main courtyard, with the entrance through a Gothic arch located in one of the towers. Privately owned was restored in 1988, a work that was awarded the Europa Nostra Prize in 1993.
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