Built over the course of five hundred years, influenced by Moorish caliphates and Christian kings, the Alcazar's architectural styles span a wide range. One theme remained throughout, however: beauty.
Alongside tropical gardens and lavish courtyards, the palace is notable for its tiled altarpieces that serve as frames for tapestries, and often add deeper meanings. Admire them for yourself with a timed entry ticket, allowing you to skip the occasionally lengthy lines!
Arches with Islamic influences, ornate ceilings that words will always fail to describe, and countless pavilions are spread throughout the grounds, ready for you to explore.