Castillo de la Duquesa

The castle was built in the late 1700's During the reign of King Carlos III. It was built on an old Roman village of which can still be seen in the ground's. Now days from time to time temporary museum's are set up at the castle. The castle is free to go around but there are business office's there. I would not go out of my way to see this castle but if you are in the area it's worth having a look. For more information and a google interactive  map for directions from your current position see below.

Accommodation in La Dequesa

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There is alot of free parking near the Castle. For directions and more parking options in Duquesa click here. 

Prices & Opening times

Open most days.


29692, Dequesa, Malaga, Spain.



There is limited wheelchair access on the ground floor.


 Tourist information centre 952 897 434

Click here to Call +34-952-897434






  dogs are permitted on the ground floor.

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