Learn about Morella's heyday, which begins with King Jaime I in 1232 and extends until the 19th century with the Carlist Wars and the figure of General Ramón Cabrera.
To better understand this impressive history, you must also know the rich cultural heritage that its monuments make up.
We suggest a tour of Morella visiting the Gothic Halls of the City Hall, the remains of the Jewish quarter, the porticoed street of D. Blasco de Alagón from the 13th century, where you can admire magnificent manor houses.
Visit the Archpriest Basilica of Sta. María La Mayor, undoubtedly a true jewel of the Valencian Gothic of the 13th century. Inside, you can admire the elevated choir, its magnificent staircase, the Baroque organ or the impressive main altar.
And finally the visit to the Castle, an authentic military fortress built on the rock. We will finish the view in the second enclosure, but from there, everyone can complete the tour with a visit to the Governor's Palace or by climbing a steep 98-step staircase to the main square, from where they can admire spectacular panoramic views of the Region. of "Els Ports".
Entrance fees to the monuments (Town hall, Basilica of Santa Maria and Castle)
The visit begins at Plz. From San Miguel, in front of the Tourist office.
From Tuesday to Thursday, except holidays and bridges
Duration of the visit 2 h.
The activity is offered in Language: Spanish
Minimum group of 2 people or family groups of a maximum of 10 people.
The activity will be done only in Spanish.
Prices per reservation:
2 people € 60
3 people € 75
4 to 10 people € 20 per person
Children under 10 years free