JERICA

Nestled on a rocky promontory, 521 meters above sea level, near Caudiel and Viver with brilliant moments in its history. Señorio y Condado, its historic site has been declared an Asset of Cultural Interest.

Highlights include the Múdejar Tower, unique in the Community, the Homage Tower, its museum, elements of great heritage value.

An environment full of landscape richness. La Vuelta la Hoz, one of the most unique places in the area, the Regajo reservoir, the Paseo de las Fuentes.

The Green Way of Ojos Negros crosses the interior of the town. Among its dishes are the pot, the soups and their meats.

Situation:
12450 Jérica, Castellón, Spain
Latitude: 39.911777 | Length: -0.571888

How to get:

The best way to get to the town is through the A-23 highway,
until exit 42 (Viver, Caudiel, Jérica).
The village is 67 km from Valencia and 74 km from Castellón.

Contact information:
Ayuntamiento de Jérica
C/ Historiador Vayo, 19 – 12450
Phone: 964 12 91 77 | Fax: 964 12 90 45
email: ayuntamiento@jerica.es

Alto Palancia

Alto Palancia
Almedijar Altura Azuebar Bejis Benafer Castellnovo Caudiel Chovar El Toro Fuente de la Reina Geldo Jerica Pina de Montalgrao Soneja Sot de Ferrer Teresa Viver Navajas Torás

Almedijar

Altura

Azuebar

Bejis

Benafer

Castellnovo

Caudiel

Chovar

El Toro

Fuente de la Reina

Geldo

Jerica

Pina de Montalgrao

Soneja

Sot de Ferrer

Teresa

Viver

Navajas

Torás

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TIERRA DE AGUAS

A walk through the surroundings of Jérica will further extend the experience of visiting this municipality.

The Paseo de las Fuentes, a park ideal for walking, the Regajo reservoir, where you can practice fishing and canoeing, the old Bridge of Muñatones and its history marked by the floods and the Vuelta de la Hoz, one of the places more beautiful of the term, are enviable and indelible corners that will enrich our memories

SABORES DEL ALTO PALANCIA

In Jérica you can also savor dishes that are linked to its agricultural tradition such as pot, garlic and vegetable soups, red potatoes or rice with crabs. Their good meats and river fish, like the barbel, can be enjoyed in different ways: fried or in salpicón.

And to sweeten, desserts like the pingane or snow eggs. Bon Appetite

HUELLAS DE LA HISTORIA

Immerse yourself in Jérica and stroll through its streets is to enter a rich heritage, the fruit of its flourishing past. Historical set declared of Cultural Interest, guarantees visitors a trip through the history of this municipality. Examples of this are its narrow zigzag streets that remind us of its medieval period, the Mudéjar Tower, symbol of the town and unique in the Valencian Community. Like its churches, its museum or the Tower of Homage.

All this provides an unrepeatable scenario with a return trip marked forever.

ACTÍVATE EN EL ALTO PALANCIA

Its surroundings offer us a thousand and one opportunities to live the Alto Palancia in an active way. The Green Way of Ojos Negros passes through Jérica. It is like an invitation to continue your journey and explore the incomparable places of the region. A leisurely, leisurely trip for lovers of sporting endeavors.

Also, Jérica runs the Marathon of Ojos Negros, 42 km. They go from Barracas to Navajas. A resistance test that develops in a pleasant environment.

JERICA EN FOTOS