Historical heritage
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Heritage with great historical value

Castellón is more than beaches and coves, it also stands out for its wide variety of historical wealth. We show you some of the places of historical interest in the province of Castellón that you cannot miss during your visit to the lands of Valencia.

Get to know Castellón and the Costa del Azahar through its historical legacy

Sanctuary of Santa Lucia

Sanctuary of Santa Lucia

The Sanctuary of Santa Lucia is located about 5 km from the centre of the village. This sanctuary is 312 metres above sea level and was built at the turn of the 17th century. Its Valencian baroque style is highlighted by the backdrop of the Columbretes Islands, the Prat de Cabanes-Torreblanca, the Las Palmas Desert and Torrenostra.

Chivert and Alcala de Chivert Castle

Chivert and Alcala de Chivert Castle

Alcala de Chivert is 8km away. Of particular note is the impressive St John the Baptist Church, the parish museum and the belfry (one of the highest in the province of Valencia), built in the 18th century.

From Alcala de Chivert you can follow the road up to the ruins of the Alcala de Chivert Castle, which was built in Sierra de Irta in the 12th century. This castle originally belonged to the Moors, but was later occupied by the Templars. It is believed that the Moors signed the letter of surrender here in 1234. In the 17th century, after the expulsion of the Moors, the site was abandoned. It is currently undergoing restoration.

Sanctuary of Calvario

Sanctuary of Calvario

On the way to the castle, you pass the Sanctuary of Calvario, another example of the Valencian baroque style. Outside there is area with benches and tables shaded by pines, ideal for picnics. Also there is a viewpoint overlooking the Sierra de Irta and Xivert Castle.

Links of interest to prepare your visit to Alcossebre and Castellón

Links of interest to prepare your visit to Alcossebre and Castellón

Here are some interesting links that will be of particular help to you in visiting the historic environment and planning your trip: