Cullera, Valencia

 

Cullera. Valencia. Spain

Cullera is a town in the Ribera Baixa area in the Comunidad Valenciana, Spain.

The mountain of Cullera is the last mountain in the Iberian range before the Mediterranean Sea. It has an altitude of 233 meters. At the top of the mountain, dominating the city and the sea, there is a fortress built in the 13th century over the old Moorish fortress. It once was walled, although those walls no longer remain.

Located there are the rest of the old towers, forming part of the old walled area on the mountain.

The historical parts of the city are to the south, and the modern tourist district is to the east, looking to the sea.

The San Lorenzo lagoon is a small lake situated north of the mountain. It once formed part of a much bigger lake before the lands were drained for agricultural use. The lake now marks the southern limit of the Parque Natural de la Albufera.

 

Historical and artistic landmarks

Castle: At the top of the mountain, dominating the city and the sea, there is a fortress built in the 13th century over the old Moorish fortress. It once was walled, although those walls no longer remain. Located there are the rest of the old towers, forming part of the old walled area on the mountain.

Sanctuary of the Virgen del Castillo: Within the fortress, there is the sanctuary of the Virgen del Castillo, patron of Cullera, whose festival is celebrated the week after Passover.

Church of the Saint Johns: A neoclassical temple from the 17th century built over an older Gothic temple. Inside, there is a sacristía and the interior of a bell tower. The temple has recently been restored.

Torre del marenyet: An old defensive tower built to watch the Júcar river. It was erected in the 15th century as a defense against pirates.

Cave of Dragut: This cave depicts the invasion of the Berbers, and it is said that the pirate Dragut was once there.

 

Aquopolis Waterpark Cullera

A waterpark with various rides and slides,

Aquopolis Cullera is open every day from mid-June to early September.

Get there by car, via the AP7, and N332, or by train from Cullera train Station.

Please click here for more tourist information, weather forecasts and maps for Cullera

 

 

UK TV in Cullera – how to receive UK TV, Freesat TV and Sky TV in Cullera

Sky TV in CulleraFreesat TV in Cullera

The Sat and PC Guy installs and maintains Digital Satellite Television Systems, for reception of UK TV, Freesat TV, Sky TV and IPTV in Cullera.

Reception of satellite TV channels from the BBC an ITV can be achieved using a minimum of a 110x120cm satellite dish or the recommended 125x135cm satellite dish.

We install Digital Terrestrial Television, TDT, Spain Freeview for Spanish TV reception in Cullera. Depending on your location to the TDT transmitters, you can receive around 30 digital television channels, with the option change the language on many programmes into English.

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