Numerous monuments are found around the square, such as Iglesia de Santa Catalina, which is built in Neo-Mudéjar style, the castle, Ermita de Jesus, and a true symbol of Conil: Torre de Guzman. During the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries, this tower was located within the walls and, along with other towers strategically located along the coast, was part of a defensive system against the constant attacks of pirates. From the top of the tower, you can enjoy exceptional views of the whole municipality.
Want to know more about the history of Conil?
Well, do not hesitate to visit Museo de Raíces Conileñas, located in Plaza de Santa Catalina. It has a beautiful collection of items of work and daily life of the inhabitants of Conil. Through its various rooms, you can make a nice walk through the history and customs of this beautiful Andalusian village.