Crowned by its Castle, declared a National Monument, at a height of 300 meters, one of the best fortresses not only of the Aragon, but of the entire peninsula.

Despite its Iberian and Roman roots, most of the preserved walls and towers are of Islamic or Gothic origin. Once in Xativa, it is essential to take a tour of this fortress, from which you can see splendid panoramic views of the population and its surroundings.

From €13
Beach, Castle, City Sunday 08/09/19

How to get to the Castle? Walking from the center, or on the tourist train.
How long is the visit? We count 1 hour to walk and 1 hour and a half inside the castle. That is about 2 hours.
Apart from the castle, we recommend you visit: The whole guided route(explined down)
You can find all the information about Xàtiva here: http://www.xativaturismo.com/



We will leave Valencia at 10:00. In North Station. (Exact point below)
Reaching Xàtiva we follow this route:
● Life-size nativity scene
● Collegiate Basilica of Santa Maria
● Royal Hospital
● Trinitat Square
● Ex-convent and church of Sant Domènec
● Church of Sant Feliu
● Church of Sant Francesc
● Castle
At 15:00 we will stay to return to Valencia.

Cost: 15 euros
Includes: Transportation to Xativa, Castle entrance, an official guide of the Valencian community.

How can you book the trip?

You can book it in the Language Exchange meetings, online and or in the Office:

Monday to Friday (9:00 – 14:00) Plaza Honduras 26

Monday: Bigben, Plaza Honduras 36 (20: 30-23: 00)

Tuesday : Upper Club, Gran Via Marqués del Turia 40 (20: 30-23: 00)

Wednesday: EOI, Calle Llano Zaidia 19 (17:30-20:00) and Unic, Plaza de Sant Jaume 1 (20:30-22:30)

Thursday: Bigben, Plaza Honduras 36 (20: 30-23: 00)

Friday: Umbracle/Mya (23: 00-01: 00)


Meeting point:

Todos nuestro viajes están organizado por agencia de viaje COACAD, con numero de licencia. CV-m-1881-V

All our trips are organised by Travel agency, COACAD, under licence number CV-m-1881-V.

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