Nazarí era dates from the thirteenth century. It played an important role in the Muslim era due to its defensive nature and served as a refuge in the uprising of the Moors.
The situation of this castle is majestic and its proportions are generous, especially in its base, as these are reduced as it ascends, being in the upper part a small esplanade, where a neo-style tower was built at the beginning of the 20th century -Mudéjar that houses the mechanism of a clock. The tower is square, raised on a masonry plinth. The bust is made of stone and the brick is used to frame the holes and reinforce the corners. The tower is divided into two floors with two-part windows in each of its fronts, these present in the auction a semicircular arch made of brick.
Of the original fortress there is only one wall and some wall paintings scattered throughout the construction. Its 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 them it is possible to distinguish with precision the ancient walls and those that later have been added as elements of restoration.
Recent performances have intervened on the recreation of the battlements, the conditioning of an outdoor scenic space, as well as a viewpoint in the upper part of the castle.