The Templar Route Culla, es una actividad guiada en la que recorrer su casco histórico, declarado bien de declarado Bien de Interés Cultural en 2004, y descubrir las huellas de las numerosas culturas que habitaron estas tierras y que dejaron rincones impregnados de su propia esencia, creando la identidad de este bello municipio.
Culla, the templar caprice. A guided activity in which visitors can go over its old town, declared as a Property of Cultural Interest in 2004, and discover the traces from the various cultures that lived in these lands and that left places permeated of its own essence, creating the identity of this beautiful village. A walk around its streets and monuments transports the visitors to another time: the ruins of the Muslim castle from the 13th century, built on an Iberian stronghold; the Granary of the Commander from the 13th century, old prison that remains intact and that preserves the original prisoners’ chains and drawings made by them on the walls; the old hospital dating from the 17th century, that was the headquarters of the social project founded by Domingo Serrana and that exhibits school material and a rural room from the beginning of the 20th century; the Parochial Church, built at the beginning of the 17th century on an ancient Arab mosque…and many other legendary places that show Culla más medieval y mágica.
Culla, el capricho templario
Una actividad guiada en la que recorrer su casco histórico, declarado bien de declarado Bien de Interés Cultural en 2004.