Top 10 Things to do in Sagunto, Spain

December 19, 2017 Roger Rusk

Sagunto (Valencian: Sagunt Catalan pronunciation: [saˈɣunt], Spanish: Sagunto Spanish: [saˈɣunto]) is a town in Eastern Spain, in the modern fertile comarca of Camp de Morvedre in the province of Valencia. It is located c. 30 km north of Valencia, close to the Costa del Azahar on the Mediterranean Sea.
Restaurants in Sagunto

1. Sagunto Castle and Theatre

Sagunto, Spain +34 605 58 48 34
Excellent
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Good
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Satisfactory
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Poor
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4 based on 414 reviews

Sagunto Castle and Theatre

Reviewed By julie_higgins - Canberra, Australia

If you have spare time you may enjoy Sagunto Castle. Whilst the climb is not easy with many stairs the view over Sagunto and surrounding area is interesting. I
Unfortunately the theatre was being packed up as the season was over. It would be an amazing venue.
We were lucky to be in the town on a Wednesday so checked out the markets. Sandals were cheap and a large variety!
The fruit was fantastic, very cheap and very fresh.

2. Museo Historico de Sagunto

Calle Castillo, Sagunto, Spain +34 962 61 72 67
Excellent
22%
Good
50%
Satisfactory
27%
Poor
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4 based on 81 reviews

Museo Historico de Sagunto

Reviewed By Bill E - Spain

The museum is free and has some wonderful examples of Greek, Roman and Moorish structures/columns/friezes etc.
Also some miniature bronze figurines dating back more than 2000 years. Ancient fish hooks, nails, house utensils made out of bones and clay pieces which show life in a very different time.
Some cementary/funeral engravings and sculptures.
A cool place to stop for 40 mins. or so.

3. Horno Alto. Patrimonio Industrial Visitable

Avenida Altos Hornos, 46520 Puerto de Sagunto, Sagunto, Spain +34 962 67 65 58
Excellent
43%
Good
33%
Satisfactory
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Poor
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4 based on 60 reviews

Horno Alto. Patrimonio Industrial Visitable

Reviewed By PPCI-BG - Italy

Passando da Sagunto ho deciso, dato che lavoro nel settore, di fare una deviazione per vedere l’altoforno N. 2, ultimo rimasto in piedi e reso visitabile dopo trent’ anni dalla chiusura dello stabilimento di Altos Hornos del Mediterráneo. Ai piedi dell’altoforno hanno realizzato un centro di accoglienza e ci sono visite guidate a orario fisso (11.00) della durata di un’ora e mezza. Un pezzo interessante di archeologia industriale del ventesimo secolo.

4. Hysteria Escape Room

Avinguda de l'Advocat Fausto Caruana, 37, 46500 Puerto de Sagunto, Sagunto, Spain +34 747 86 22 90
Excellent
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Good
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5 based on 15 reviews

Hysteria Escape Room

The newest escape room of greater Valencia with three exciting rooms! We are located in the L'epicentre Shopping Center, in Sagunto, Valencia, with three exciting rooms! Zombie Nation - Patient 0 and The Exorcism of V., are our horrific adult rooms dedicated to giving adults the scare of a lifetime with a few surprises along the way for friends, family or co-workers. Solve the mysteries to get out alive! Our third room, Pan's Treasure Hunt, is created especially for children age 6-12, to give youngsters their own special adventure aboard Captain Hook's ship. Find the treasure before the captain makes you walk the plank! Great for birthday parties!

Reviewed By Jcrovira

Ha sido una experiencia muy divertida, las 5 nos lo hemos pasado genial!! Los juegos muy chulos y la ambientación muy lograda. Para repetir.

5. Playa del Puerto De Sagunto

Puerto de Sagunto, Sagunto, Spain
Excellent
48%
Good
42%
Satisfactory
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Poor
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4.5 based on 26 reviews

Playa del Puerto De Sagunto

Reviewed By Fran G - Vigo, Spain

This is a great beach. It has clear waters and good services. And is not far away from Sagunto or Valencia.

6. Juderia de Sagunto

Calle Castillo S/N, 46500, Sagunto, Spain
Excellent
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Good
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Satisfactory
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Poor
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4 based on 24 reviews

Juderia de Sagunto

After the storming to the Jewish quarter of Valencia in 1391, the aljama of Sagunto took over for the Valencian one, becoming the most important of the Kingdom. Sagunto is not only the Spanish city where better preserves the layout of its ancient Jewish quarter but which also has more remains of objects, as well as spaces or buildings that day were part of the daily life of this minority community. Tours Jewish quarter of Sagunto Didactic workshops Conferences

Reviewed By Jvniclos - Valencia, Spain

A visit by night to the sightseeings where the Jewish community used to live as the Synagogue, Ancient School, narrow streets, cemetery, and religious baths, excellent guide Amir.

7. Centro de Interpretacion de Sagunto

Calle Sagrario 1, 46500, Sagunto, Spain +34 961 19 36 50
Excellent
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4 based on 13 reviews

Centro de Interpretacion de Sagunto

Reviewed By peterlondon91 - London, United Kingdom

Museum which has a history of Sagunto from pre-Roman to modern times. Text in English as well as Spanish and Valencian explains the development.

8. L'Epicentre

Avenida Advocat Fausto Caruana 37, 46500, Sagunto, Spain +34 960 04 56 65
Excellent
42%
Good
25%
Satisfactory
25%
Poor
8%
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4 based on 12 reviews

L'Epicentre

Shopping center of Sagunto

Reviewed By Sonia S - Cuenca, Castilla-La Mancha, Spain

He estado varias veces en este centro comercial. Es el primer centro comercial al que voy en el que los pasillos estén descubiertos, me gustó mucho y tienen tiendas en las que suelo comprar. Puedes comprar, tomar algo y comer o cenar.
Si vuelvo por esta zona lo volveré a visitar.

9. Playa de Corinto-Malvarrosa

46529, Sagunto, Spain
Excellent
55%
Good
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Satisfactory
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Poor
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4 based on 11 reviews

Playa de Corinto-Malvarrosa

Reviewed By Femke N

Went to this beach for a half-day trip. Very industrial views, beach side houses not very inviting. Sand very soft and great for playing though... Go to another beach in the area!!

10. Cines Alucine Sagunto

Carrer Fundicio, 76, 46520 Puerto de Sagunto, Sagunto, Spain +34 962 69 04 24
Excellent
16%
Good
26%
Satisfactory
46%
Poor
6%
Terrible
6%
Overall Ratings

3.5 based on 30 reviews

Cines Alucine Sagunto

Reviewed By Paco B

Las salas cines son los que son, amoldadas a los años en que se hicieron, y remodelándose con el paso del tiempo, las butacas son bastante cómodas y el sonido de las películas bastante aceptable.
Aparte, tienen el bono o como le digan, de entrada mas cena, que esta super-bien.
El pan recién hecho, y los bocadillos espectaculares; vale la pena probarlo.
Un acierto.
Tienen un juego de colchonetas en el comedor de arriba, para entretener a los niños, y preparan celebraciones de fiestas infantiles, muy bien acondicionados.

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