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We came up here to check out the route for El Fuerte, which is just behind Castillo de Lizar, its not easy to find. You have to drive out of town, and take a dirt road up winding around the hills north of Frigiliana. The...More
Frigiliana is an extremely busy tourist spot, but if you want the best of the village, just follow the signs to El Castillo. It winds up the narrow streets and steps, before eventually passing a splendid restaurant (the Garden Restaurant - closed on Mondays, unfortunately)...More
It’s not easy to find the access trail and in fact I think there are probably 3 alternate routes, with one being by car to the car park at base of final climb above a small reservoir. I walked up one trail and down another...More
Great place to take in the views of the Old and the new town Frigiliana. If you don't want the arduous walk up to it, you could get a lift up almost to the top then walk down. There are a couple of lovely donkeys...More
A very pleasant walk from the village, though no castle was actually there, just great views of the mountains and sea.
We saw two friendly donkeys, though a sign on the wall said they might bite! The path down on the rear side of Frigiliana...More
The climb to the castle is a bit arduous - no problem if you're young & fit - but when we reached the top it was worth the effort. Not much sign of a castle, but great views. Do read the history about it when...More
We do a lot of hill/ mountain walking. The walk is fine and the views at the top are nice but there is simply a ruined wall of a castle at the top. Most importantly at the top there are two donkeys. There is a...More
It is just a hill, which is not a complaint' there was obviously a castle at one point.
The views all around are stunning, making this a really worthwhile diversion!
The donkeys are fine, just leave them alone and they'll leave you alone!
First of all, Frigiliana is such a beautiful village, that we visited twice in two weeks. It is simply stunning, with winding, patterned cobbled streets that twist and turn up the hills. Well worth the effort of the climb up the hill to the 'Castle'...More