The Constantina Castle is located on top of a hill from where you can see impressive views of both Constantina and the surroundings.
It is easily accessible both on foot and by car.
Of the existing remains of the fortress, the Almoravid style is maintained, although its origins are uncertain. After the conques of the city in 1274 and by the Privilege of King Alfonso X El Sabio in 1253, it passed to the Alfoz of Seville.
Witness in the XV century of the struggles of the nobles, being delivered in 1478 to the Catholic Monarchs.
In 1810, it was used as a fortified point during the period of the French invasion of the town.