How to arrive
Discover where Morella is and the different entrances to the town
Environment and location of Morella
The N-232 is the communication hub of Morella with Zaragoza and Logroño. Likewise, this road connects Morella with the Valencian tourist destinations on the coast, with the Mediterranean Highway (AP-7) and with the N-340 road.
How to arrive by private vehicle
From Peñíscola by car: take the N-340 to Vinaroz, and then the N-232 to Morella (75km; approx. 1h).
From Vinaroz by car: on the N-232 road (60km; approx. 45min).
From Castellón by car (through Ares del Maestrat): take the CV15 road to Ares del Maestrat, and then take the CV12 to Morella (102km; approx. 1h 25min).
From Castellón by car (through Vinaroz): take the AP-7 to Vinaroz, and then take the N-232 to Morella (135km; approx. 1h 35min).
From Castellón by car (through Sant Mateu): Take the CV-10 to Sant Mateu and then take the N-232 to Morella (101 km; approx. 1h 20 min)
From Valencia by car (through Sant Mateu): take the A-7 to the CV-10, follow the CV-10 to Sant Mateu, and then take the N-232 to Morella. (170km; approx. 2h 10m).
From Valencia by car (through Ares del Maestrat): take the A-7 and CV-10 towards CV-15, continue on CV-15 to Ares del Maestrat, and then take CV-12 to Morella. (172km; approx. 2h 15m).
From Zaragoza by car (through Alcañiz): take the N-232 to Alcañiz, and then head towards Monroyo and finally Morella. (163km; approx. 2h).
From Barcelona by car (through Vinaròs): take the AP-7 to Vinaroz, and then take the N-232 to Morella (262km; approx. 3h).
How to arrive by public transport
From Castellón by bus. Departures from Monday to Friday. In the morning at 10:15 a.m. / in the afternoon at 3:30 p.m. Departure from the bus station.
From Vinaroz by bus. Departures on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Departure at 4:00 p.m.
Saturdays, Sundays and holidays without service.
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