The Castle of San Sebastián, a viewpoint and defensive bastion facing the Atlantic
The Castle of San Sebastian is part of the set consisting of the Castillo de Santa Catalina, Paseo de Fernando Quiñones, Balneario de la Palma or, why not, the Club Caleta, which is the Playa de la Caleta in a wide sense. You can see the corner in the first 9 photos in this link:
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As far as the Castle of San Sebastián and its construction is concerned, its origins have been traced back to the founding era of the city, Phoenicians, although strictly speaking the first stones were not laid down until the eighteenth century, the heyday era of the city:
I hope you enjoy the pictures I have selected and I advise you to visit the castle: the views of the city and the wide and vast ocean are unbeatable. In my opinion a must for the traveler arriving in Cadiz. It is also free. Here's the current schedule:
Thanks and regards.