El Fadrí

Symbol of the city

30 minutos

Maximum capacity
20 people

  • Stairs
  •  No-Wheelchair
  •  No lift
  •  No-parking
  •  No-wc-no-adaptado

El Fadrí is one of the most iconic buildings of our city. It is a bell tower located in the Plaza Mayor that, unlike other bell towers, it does not belong to the church of Santa María; hence its name ‘fadrí’, which in Valencian means ‘bachelor’. It is 58 metres high and through its spiral staircase of approximately 200 steps, the visitor can access the clock chamber, the prison, the bell ringer’s house, the bell chamber and the terrace, with wonderful panoramic views of the city.

Cultural Heritage Site.

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Self-guided Tour

Visitors can enjoy a self-guided tour using the exhibition panels available at the bell tower.

Duration: 30 minutes
Languages: Spanish and Valencian

Visita concertada grupos

It is possible to arrange visits to Al Fadrí by requesting it from Monday to Friday from 8am to 3pm sending an e-mail to info@mucc.es or calling 683 54 55 42

Duration: 45 minutes
Languages: Spanish and Valencian


Tuesday to Saturday:
from 11pm to 1pm
Closed on Mondays and Sundays

El Fadrí will be closed on:
1st and 6th January | 6th and 25th December


El Fadrí
Plaça Major, s/n
12001 Castelló de la Plana - How to get there


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