Culture in Rota
Torre de la Merced
It belonged to the former Convent of la Merced, being the only architectural remnant that remains of it. The original building was completely destroyed by the earthquake that struck Rota in 1722.
Iglesia de Nuestra Señora de la O
The Church, from the 16th century is a temple that combines various styles, from Gothic to the Elizabethan, Plateresque, Baroque and Renaissance.
Castillo de Luna
Este Castillo fue construido en el S. XIII sobre un convento fortificado musulmán o ribat. De planta rectangular cuenta con cinco torreones almenados y ha sido residencia de la familia Ponce de León.
Iglesia de la Caridad
This temple is one of the greatest examples of the Baroque style that can be found in Rota.
Arco de Regla
Old gate of Chipiona, also known as Puerta de la Carne (gate of the meat), since here they used to sell and buy meat and other derivatives.
Mercado Central de Rota
This market from 1928 is distributed around a central arcaded courtyard and originally had stalls selling meat, fish, eggs, vegetables, fruits, etc…
Iglesia del Carmen, Rota
This temple from the 18th century was also called “The Cilla House”, because of being the place where the tithe was stored.