Trinitat Castle

Address:Av. Rhode, s/n. 17480 Roses
Price: 2.50 €

The Trinitat Castle, in Roses, was built mid XVIth century by order of the Emperor Charles V, to protect the harbor entrance. With the Citadel, they formed the defensive axis of the village against external attacks. Also known as the Castle of Poncella or Button of Roses, its history has gone through various vicissitudes like destruction during the War of Independence against France in the early XIXth century. Since 2010 the castle has been restored to popular uses in Roses and it is now possible to walk up to the top (excellent views) and even visit the interior.

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