Vinaròs has a fishing port whose origin is as uncertain as that of the city itself, which goes back to the Iberian town of El Puig.
It is known that in the 13th century there was a farmhouse on the seashore known as "Beni-Al-Arus" and that in the 16th century, its commercial shipping activity was one of the most important in the Mediterranean, with large shipyards, where great ships were being built. The more than 15,000 Moors expelled from the Kingdom in 1609 embarked through this port.
The visit includes:
- Walking tour through the port of Vinaròs with a guided tour of the auction.
- Guided visit to the stalls of the Vinaròs Market.
- Tasting of oil from ancient olive trees and two tapas of traditional Valencian cuisine and market products.
- Accompanying guide.
2 hours approximately from Monday to Friday at 3:45 p.m.
Hotel RH Vinaròs playa
(In the event that the Municipal Market, due to external causes, closes on an unforeseen day, the visit can be partially modified and tapas served in an alternative bar or restaurant)