Torre de San Martín

The San Martín tower dates back to the time of the Asturian monarchy, when King Alfonso III built this defense point against Norman maritime incursions. It is configured as a three-story, square-plan structure, topped by battlements, which could be raised on an earlier Roman foundation. This tower rises on a promontory at an altitude of 73 meters. Around it, various constructions were developed over time, highlighting a house with a gallery from the end of the 19th century.

The tower property is surrounded by a crenellated fence, which has a jetty in its eastern area.


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