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Castillo de San Andres
- Castillo de San Andres
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- Early Modern (1500AD-1800AD)
- Southern Europe
- 1700AD - 1799AD
- San Andres
about Castillo de San Andres
Castillo de San Andres is the pretty ruin of an eighteenth - perhaps seventeenth - century fortification built to deter pirates from the island of Tenerife. All that remains today are parts of its main tower, the ruins of which are on display in a public plaza.
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Address: Calle Trinquete, San Andrés, Tenerife, Spain
Phone: Contact local tourist office
Located in San Andrés, which is approx 9km northeast of Santa Cruz de Tenerife.
Located on a public plaza. Visible at all times.
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