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Morella, Peñíscola and Vilafamés within “the prettiest towns in Spain”

Morella, Peñíscola and Vilafamés within “the prettiest towns in Spain”

These three municipalities in Castellón form part of this association after having passed a demanding selection criteria

Wandering around these municipalities (Morella, Peñíscola or Vilafamés) is a sure-fire guarantee of experiencing a historic centre in perfect conditions with a certified architectural or natural heritage, which has overcome quality criteria in aspects as varied as the cleaning, façade conservation, circulation of vehicles, if there is specific parking areas, the upkeep of flowers and green areas, the treatment of advertisements and signposts, etc.

Vilafamés, Morella and Peñíscola are ideal places to spend a few days and to peacefully get to know their outstanding urban centres which are full of a thousand and one surprises, from first-rate monuments, such as the castles and churches that the three towns have, to the nooks and crannies that surprise us in their historic streets.

Not only are these prized municipalities because of their heritage, but they also stand out due to their natural inviting, environments where pleasant walks can be undertaken to get to know the ever-surprising nature.

These municipalities constantly work within the association of "the prettiest towns in Spain" so that their historic centres continue being true tourist attractions, admired by their visitors, as due to the association they are audited so that they continue to adhere to the initial values of association or with their letter of quality.