Torre de la Bruja

Tower in Granada

Torre De La Bruja, Alhambra 4
© Ayuntamiento de Granada

La Torre de la Bruja  or Witch’s Tower is a is a small Defensive Tower, in the Alhambra Complex, in Granada, Spain. It has a rectangular and elongated shape to the outside, without a terrace, so it is hollow on its upper floor, where the walkway that runs along the wall arrives. It has a room in its lower part, with a window and an access door to the street-moat that runs through the interior (north) area of ​​the wall. It is known by the name of Torre de la Atalaya .

The original tower was almost completely destroyed by the Napoleons troops as the left Alhambra. The tower you see now was restored in its entirety.

Where is the Torre de la Bruja located?

The Torre de la Bruja is located on a protrusion on the southern canvas that runs along the wall of this slope of the Monumental Complex of the Alhambra, located between the Torres del Capitán and the Torre de las Cabezas.

The Torre de la Bruja appears in our Complete Guide to Visiting Granada!

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Visiting Torre de la Bruja


For opening times of the Torre de la Bruja see Alhambra Opening Times.

Access is normally restricted unless to building forms part of the Space of the Month program.


The Torre de la Bruja is part of the Alhambra Complex and access it you need to purchase Alhambra Tickets or a Alhambra Guided Tour.

Duration: 5 minutes

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