Notable and nearby small cities
City of 2000 inhabitants with a past full of history, with a very well preserved historical center. There are many religious monuments: it was the seat of a small community of Cathars, mainly in the fourteenth century.
Do not miss the Royal Shrine of Our Lady of the Fountain of Health (Fuente de la Salud), a religious monument visited by many popes. You can try typical Spanish cuisine at the restaurant Els Capellans .
The first weekend of October is cited with its origins and celebrates the Roman fair ThiarJulia , transporting its neighbors and visitors on a time travel of more than 2,000 years, with scenes and daily representations of Ancient Rome throughout the weekend.
To go, follow the N-232 to the entrance of the city.
El Delta del Ebro.
The largest and most powerful of the Spanish rivers that flows into the Mediterranean 50 km from Vinaròs, forming a peninsula that gives rise to magnificent landscapes, comparable to the French Camargue for the richness of its animal and plant life. Lovers of tranquility, calm and nature, this is the place for you …
You will also find an impressive sandy beach, which goes into the sea on both sides.
Renowned spa, Peñiscola has managed to preserve its old town. This, crowned by a fortress castle of the fourteenth century, extends over an imposing rock that springs from the sea at a height of 64 meters.
The historic citadel and the Sierra Irta Natural Park make it a must-see place.
Located 63 km (approximately one hour) from Vinaròs, this “monument city” is a true fortress. Surrounded by a 2 km long wall built in the Middle Ages, it houses a huge castle at the top, where several medieval shows take place.
The Arciprestal Basilica Santa Maria la Mayor is one of the most beautiful temples in the Mediterranean, a true jewel of religious Gothic. It brings together two doors of great architectural and sculptural interest in the same façade, that of the Apostles and that of the Virgins.
Visit its Arciprestal museum, with outstanding works of painting and religious goldsmithing.
And very close to Morella, take the opportunity to make a detour to the Sanctuary of the Balma, a place of devotion carved into the rock.