Tht construction of this fortified enclave on the remains of the previous settlement is attributed to Alfonso III to protect the coast from Norman raids.
The territory has an area of 43,485 m² and is surrounded by a high battlement. In its highest part, there is a quadrangular castle or tower with an area of 119.57 m² and a new design that rests on the wall and reveals a balcony in the form of a balcony next to the tower with an area of 1,227 m².
In the lower part of the plot is a house with a console gallery of 766.58 m², and on the south side opposite the entrance to this house is another building designed for garages and utility rooms with an area of 529.17 m².
The garden is located on terraces where the vegetation consists mainly of fruit trees and shrubs. There is also a central fountain and an indoor pool. It offers panoramic sea views.
A Golden Visa can be obtained with the purchase of this property (residence permit for investments).
The house has 15 rooms, 14 bathrooms and many terraces.
Location and nearby infrastructure
Asturias is located in the northwestern part of Spain at the spurs of the Pyrenees mountain system and overlooks the coast of the Bay of Biscay. Other mountains — Cantabrian — form a natural border between this region and neighboring Leon and Cantabria. This geographical location makes Asturias attractive for lovers of extreme sports and mountain climbing.
Another reason to visit this autonomous community is the protected areas of the National Reserve. The region is famous for a wide range of diverse flora — from flower meadows and mountain meadows to impenetrable forests. And, of course, beaches: here you will visit the most beautiful coasts of Europe.