• Located in a clump of pine trees on private property. It has a circular layout and formed part of the network of vigilance towers that watched the coast.

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  • Iglesia Parroquial de San Bartolomé

    The building fulfilled, for years, the double function of being a defensive fortress and a religious temple. It is considered to be one of the most beautiful and curious examples of Elizabethan Go...

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  • Riu-Rau

    This construction is an example of how, during the peak of the raisins trade, sheds were built to protect and to guard the beds upon which the grapes were exposed to the Sun in order to turn them...

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  • Coastal vigilance was achieved from strategically placed towers such as the Ambolo tower, a very voluminous watchtower with a cylindrical body built on top of the headland.

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  • The sanctuary was built in a privileged location, at approximately 160 metres above sea level, from where the port and the whole of the bay area can be seen.

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  • Though formerly it must have been a Moslem fortress, the preserved remains correspond to a small fortification in the shape of horse-shoe constructed in 1739 on the site of a previous tower from t...

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  • The importance of the "salazonera" technique (the drying and salting of fish) to the Romans has been demonstrated with the discovery of remains excavated in the rock communicating with the sea. Wh...

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  • This church has been considered to be one of the three most successful modern temples, together with Liverpool Cathedral and the Cathedral of Brasilia. Its design consists of an oval layout that i...

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  • From the End of San Antonio to Granadella Beach, the littoral is littered with fourteen viewing-points from where you can make a better examination of the Mediterranean.

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  • Stone is the common material used in the ancient constructions of Xàbia's old quarter where the town hall stands out, it presents a doorway with a round arch or the Palau de Sapena, which maintain...

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