Pambre Castle History
Pambre Castle was built in the second half of the 14th
century by Gonzalo Ozore de Ulloa. It is one of the few castles in Granada that wasn't
destroyed during the Irmandinos uprising.
Thus it is one of the best preserved examples of medieval military
architecture in Spain.
The Pambre Castle has a square plan and consists of 4
corner towers and 2 curtain walls that protect its huge central keep. Located on the top of a
hill, overlooking the river Pambre gorge, it is covered by vegetation and trees.
Pambre Castle is in private hands and thus its
interior cannot be visited, but the exterior is a must see if you are in the region.
Pambre Castle Map&Location
The Pambre Castle is located in Palas de Rei, Spain.
Directions: LU-4008, 27200, Palas de Rei, Spain
Approximate Geographic Coordinates: 42.859686, -7.948250
Pambre Castle in a larger map