The Castle of Lorca is an ancient medieval fortress from the 11th to the 13th centuries.
It was used over time to defend the border between the kingdoms of Murcia and Granada.
It was in use until well into the 16th century.
During the War of Independence (1808-1814) it was again used as a place of refuge and defence.
Today it hosts a recreation and exhibition of the Middle Ages.
Here you can visit the towers, cisterns and the archaeological remains of the Synagogue from the 15th century.
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Reopening 6 June
The month of June:
Friday: 19:00h to 23:00h
Saturdays: 11:00h to 16:00h and 19:00h to 23:00h.
Sundays: 11:00h to 16:00h
We open bridges and holidays.
Schedule July and August
Tuesday to Saturday: 11 to 16 h and 18:30 to 23 h
Sunday and Monday: 11 to 16 h
Guided tours of the exhibitions (in Spanish):
Espolón Tower: 11:30 and 18:30
Afonsina Tower: 12:30 and 19:30
Synagogue and Jewry:
1:30 p.m. and 8:30 p.m.
For other options see www.lorcatallerdeltiempo.com
Free entrance to the walled enclosure.
Guided visits to the exhibitions in Spanish:
1 guided tour: 5
2 guided tours: 8 euros
3 guided tours: 10 euros