The Serón Castle is from the Nasrid period (13th century) and is located in the highest part of the town.
From here you can see the entire Almanzora Valley, the Sierra de las Estancias and part of the province of Granada. It played an important role in Muslim times due to its defensive nature and served as a refuge in the uprising of the Moors. Only one wall and some wall paintings remain of the original fortress.
The Castillo de Serón plant is rectangular formed by trapezoidal cubes with wide bases where towers are built, built with masonry joined with mortar, using brick for corners, doors and windows. In the upper part there is a small esplanade where the Clock Tower was built, in neo-Mudejar style, with a square floor raised on a masonry plinth. It is divided into two floors with two-part windows in each of its fronts ending in a semicircular arch made of brick.