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SAGUNT

CULTURAL

TOURISM

CULTURAL

Situated in the north of the Comunitat Valenciana, this city is famous for its historical heritage, such as the Fortí del Grau Vell, the church of Nuestra Señora de Begoña, the church of Santa Maria, the church of El Salvador, the wall of the Temple of Diana, the gate of the Roman Circus, the Roman Theatre and the Via del Portico.

Castle: Declared a National Monument in 1931, this architectural complex contains Iberian, Roman, medieval and modern remains. All of this is spread over seven rooms that offer incredible panoramic views of the Mediterranean.

Forn Alt: Currently converted into a museum, this metallic structure dedicated to the production of steel allows access to its interior. Its main purpose is to show the place where iron was made. 

Jewidh Quarter Sagunto was the most emblematic place of the Jewish community in Valencia in ancient times. It is the site of the first Jewish cemetery in Spain that can be visited, and its Jewish quarter has practically preserved its original layout.  

Museums include the Epigraphic Antiquarium in the Sagunto Castle, the Museum Collection of the Sagunt Archaeological Centre and the Sagunt Archaeological Centre, the Historical Museum and the Workshop of Effects and Spare Parts.

TOURISM

NATURAL

Situated in the north of the Comunitat Valenciana, this city is famous for its historical heritage, such as the Fortí del Grau Vell, the church of Nuestra Señora de Begoña, the church of Santa Maria, the church of El Salvador, the wall of the Temple of Diana, the gate of the Roman Circus, the Roman Theatre and the Via del Portico.

Serra Calderona: Known as one of the green lungs of the Valencian Community, this is one of the favourite spaces for hiking enthusiasts, because it hides numerous routes with incredible views in its interior.

Ulls Negres GreenwayBeing the longest greenway on a national scale, this route takes on great importance in Sagunto, as it runs along the old Sierra Menera railway, formerly used to transport coal and minerals to the blast furnaces. Nowadays, it is a quiet walk, by bicycle or on horseback.

Ciutat Jardí: In the past, due to the exponential growth of the city of Sagunto, the need arose to build housing for both workers and those in high positions. people who occupied high positions. The latter were housed in the Garden City. Nowadays, after several reforms, this area is entirely for leisure use, with a large garden that has become one of the locals' favourite walks.

Mount Romeo-Bonilles: This is the largest and best preserved forest in Sagunto. Formed by the archaeological sites of the Pic dels Corbs and the Covacha de la Costa de la Casa de la Viuda, it owes its name to Josep Romeu, considered a hero of the war of independence. 

TOURISM

BEACHES

The 13 kilometres of coastline that Sagunto boasts are home to beaches with crystal-clear, transparent waters. Puerto de Sagunto, Almardá, Corinto and Malvarrosa are considered to be some of the best in Spain, thanks to their environmental quality labels, awards such as the European Blue Flag, and the many services and entertainments on offer, such as water activities, music in the beach bars...
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