Medieval Wall itinerary


The part of the wall (13th-18th century) that we will visit stretches from Hernán Cortés Square to San Luis Street. Built using a mud wall technique, the wall has a pebble concrete, sand and lime foundation. Sant Pere or Alçaments Tower, located in Las Aulas Square, is one of the best-kept remains.

The itinerary includes an initial introductory panel and 9 points of interest: 7 indicated with numbered plates on the ground and 2 explanatory panels.



Schedule

The itinerary can be visited during free hours
Torre San Pedro (parada 7 / Itinerario)
Las Aulas Square (parking basement) floor -1

Elevator/stairs

From Tuesday to Saturday:
closed for maintenance
Monday to Friday:
close
Groups:

Please contact info@mucc.es previously or call 964 23 91 01
(from Monday to Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.)

Travel the itinerary

Choose the mode that best suits you and enjoy the visit


Self-guided Tour

Take a self-guided tour by following the stops and using a printed guide, which can also be downloaded.

The printed guide must be requested at Tourist Info Castelló and Tourist Info Grau de Castelló.

Duration: 60 minutes
Languages: Spanish, Valencian and English

Visit with audio guide

The audioguide and the map of the route can be downloaded on a mobile device.
Access online audioguide and map of the route on:
https://audioviator.com/audioguia/muralla-medieval-de-castello

Duration: 60 minutes
Languages: Spanish, Valencian and English

Official guided tour*

60 minutos
Entrance:
Free
Maximum capacity:
35 people
Recommendation:
comfortable footwear
Meeting point:
Tourist Info Castelló (plaza de la Hierba, s/n – Casa Abadía)
Schedule:

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

Location

Location Initial itinerary panel
Outer Hernán Cortés Square
12001 Castelló de la Plana
Castelló de la Plana - How to get there


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