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Almansa’s Castle

Our origins, fortress that watches from the Cerro del Águila the passage of time and the evolution of Almansa. It is a must-see for every tourist who visits the city. Its walls keep the passage of time and its privelegiadas views allow a unique panoramic view of the city.

The origins of Almansa Castle date back to the late eleventh century, although its profile must have been very different from the present, being able to be a watchtower or a fortified enclosure similar to a small citadel, being possible that the oldest existing walls at lower levels are from this time.

Church of the Assumption

Imposing visual reference in front of the Plaza de Santa Maria. A must-see when touring the historic center of Almansa. At its feet the main events of the city take place. In its interior the Patron Saint of the city, Our Lady of Bethlehem, presides over the High Altar.

The Church of the Assumption is the result of several constructive stages, from the XVI to the XIX century, which allows to admire elements of all the artistic styles present in that period: Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque, Rococo and Neoclassical.


Casa Grande Town Hall

Augustinian Nuns Convent


Almansa Reservoir