Torre de la Regenta (Regent’s Tower)

Declared of cultural interest - Alquerías del Niño Perdido / Les Alqueries

The beautiful Torre de la Regenta, which borders the Camí de la Ratlla de Vila-real within an enclosed area, is named after the Sentís Regent, who was its owner in 1572 and, after his death, after his wife. Nowadays, it is enclosed. It has rectangular plan and a height of 11.20 m. It consists of a ground floor, two storeys with small windows and a battlemented terrace.



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It is located across the Camí de la Ratlla, near Vila-real.