The Nazarí Tower of Santa Fe de Mondújar dates to somewhere between the thirteenth and fifteenth centuries. It is a fortress tower or watchtower built for surveillance of the territory and defense from enemy attacks. In 2005, it was restored and awarded the Premio Arco de Arquitectura, becoming a permanent museum and the starting point for numerous travelling exhibitions in different municipalities in the province of Almería. It was declared an Asset of Cultural Interest and in 1993 the Junta de Andalucía granted special recognition to the castles of the Autonomous Community of Andalusia. Located on Calle la Torre.