The Church of Santa Catalina is one of the oldest in the city. Its construction goes back to the days of the Reconquest. The eighteenth century Baroque tower housing the belfry is possibly the most notable element, standing out from the rest of the building. The church is composed of three naves with side chapels, crosspiece domes and the apse which includes a chapel. The beautiful and graceful tower offers one of the most picturesque sights in the city. Viewed from the elegant Calle de la Paz, one can admire the five storey construction crowned by a small dome-covered temple. The tower of Santa Catalina is a landmark in Valencia, as well as being the entrance to the popular Barrio del Mercat. Its hexagonal shape reminds us of the Miguelete (the tower adjacent to the Cathedral).
Plaza de Santa Catalina, s/n 46001 - Valencia
Monday to Sunday from 10 am to 1 pm and from 7 pm to 8 pm.
Two parking spaces reserved on Plaza de la Reina 12. Four parking spaces reserved in the underground public carpark on Plaza de la Reina, with a 145x100 cm vertical lift.
Main entrance with an isolated step 20 cm high served by a removable ramp with 19% incline. Door with 137 cm clear width, permanently open.
The building has a single floor and has isolated steps. More than 120 cm clear width in corridors, occasionally narrowing to 50 cm. Access to the chapel via two steps with 10 cm riser height and 28 cm tread depth. Smooth, slip-resistant floor surface.
No written information about the Church or the Tower. There are no signs indicating spaces and routes.
Main entrance with one isolated step, 20 cm high. Permanently open.
The building has a single floor and has isolated steps. Access to the chapel via two steps with 10 cm riser height and 28 cm tread depth. Barrier free route. Smooth, slip-resistant floor surface, with no bumps.