Castell Vell Itinerary


Castell Vell is a fortification of Andalusian origin. It was the capital city of the district until it was conquered by Jaume I in 1233, who divided the territory into Almassora and Castelló. The granting of the Privilege of Transfer to its inhabitants in 1251 resulted in the foundation of the current city of Castelló. Discover the Castell Vell Information Centre

The Castell Vell tour only opens during the Information Centre opening hours and has a total length of 400 metres, with a positive slope of 30 metres. No special physical conditions are required to enjoy it. The tour has a start panel and six marked stops about the history, morphology, functionality and construction tech-niques of Castell Vell.



Schedule

The itinerary can be visited during the Castell Vell opening hours
Autumn/winter (from 1st October to 31st March)
Tuesday to Saturday:
from 10am to 2pm and from 4pm to 6pm
Closed on Mondays
Sundays and bank holidays:
from 10am to 2pm

Castell Vell will be closed on

1st and 6th January | 6th and 25th December

Travel the itinerary

Choose the mode that best suits you and enjoy the visit


Self-guided Tour

Visitors can enjoy a self-guided tour following the stop signs and the guide brochure.

Duration: 45 minutes
Languages: Spanish, Valencian and English

Visit with audio guide

Access online audio guide and map of the route on:
audioviator.com/audioguia/castell-vell-en

Duration: 45 minutes
Languages: Spanish, Valencian and English

Official guided visit*

Archaeology theme: Castell Vell and chapel of La Magdalena

90 minutos
Entrance:
Free
Maximum capacity:
35 people
Recommendation:
comfortable clothes and shoes
Meeting point:
Castle parking
Schedule:
28th July 10pm | 29th Sept. 12am | 24th Nov 12am

* Reservation required at Tourist Info Castelló: +34 964 35 86 88 - castellon@touristinfo.net | www.castellonturismo.com

Location

Centro de Interpretación Castell Vell
Itinerari Castell Vell
Cerro de la Magdalena
CV 147, Km 2
Castelló de la Plana - How to get there


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