El Camp de Morvedre
This is the coastal region bordering the Province of Castellón. The beaches of Sagunt and Canet d’en Berenguer are recognised every year for the quality of their waters and services.
Sagunt, the capital, deserves a careful visit. This two-thousand-year-old city offers one of the most beautiful monumental areas left by the Romans in Spain. In the castle, a fortress built on a hill, are the remains of the Roman forum. The artistic ensemble is completed with the Jewish quarter, a unique neighbourhood that has maintained its original layout over the centuries, and the Roman theatre, as well as the Churches of El Salvador and Santa María. The inland part of the region boasts Beselga and Font de Barraix, as well as the Arab aqueduct in Estivella, the Sant Esperit Monastery in Gilet, the Medieval Tower of Benavites and the Arab Baths of Torres Torres.
Plaza Cronista Chabret S/N
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Avenida del Mediterráneo (Puerto de Sagunto) 67
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