The hermitages of Castelló in a “click”

Dear visitor,


You have just immersed in space for reflection. Take your time to make a complete tour of all the hermitages of Castelló, a unique and remarkable historical-artistic heritage on the route of El Caminàs, an old road that has its roots even before the arrival of the Romans to these lands. A great axis of communication used by Romans, Muslims and later Christians. It would be in the Christian period when a variety of hermitages were built, which we invite you to visit today.

This website with virtual reality allows you to take a tour of the rural heritage of the Caminàs hermitages using the latest developments in 3D technology applied to tourist and historical use. Thus, you can visit nine temples of the municipality, eight located in rural areas and one is in the city. The company NUXOT, created in 2014 and specialized in architectural visualization services based on the latest technologies in the market, has been in charge of scanning each space with Matterport and Faro Focus, generating interactive point clouds for Virtual Tours 360- Flythrough.

Historical accuracy

The tour also gives the opportunity to mark points of interest, which include the main features of the monument, to make the visit as complete as possible. Dates, information of interest, artistic description, decorative art, artists’ corner, links to the MUCC and a lot of additional information.


Authorized voices

Each hermitage has a godfather or godmother who will be in charge of presenting the temple. The audiovisual company CULTURANET has prepared the audiovisual content. Thus, the mayor of the city of Castelló, Amparo Marco, presents the hermitage of Fadrell; the Councillor for Tourism, Heritage and Hermitages, Pilar Escuder, is responsible for highlighting the value of the Basilica of the Mare de Déu del Lledó and the Prioral House; the Official Chronicler of the City, Antonio José Gascó Sidro, describes the hermitage of Sant Isidre and Sant Pere; the manager of the Patronato de Fiestas, Vicente Montolío, goes up to the hill of the Magdalena to tell about the significance of this temple for all the people of Castellón; José Juan Sidro, member of the Consell Municipal de Cultura, describes Sant Roc de Canet; Jaume Vicent, Chronicler of the Germandat dels Cavallers de la Conquesta, points out the values of the hermitage of Sant Francesc de la Font; Daniel Torrejón, member of the Gremi de Fusters, speaks about the devotion of the hermitage of Sant Josep de Censal; Inmaculada Vicente, owner of the hermitage of Verge del Carme, tells us some family anecdotes and, finally, the humanist Patricia Mir reviews and describes the only urban temple of the whole route, Sant Nicolau de Bari.

Sant Nicolau de Bari

Sant Roc de Canet

Ermita de la Magdalena​

Sant Jaume de Fadrell

Ermita de Sant Isidre i Sant Pere

Ermita de la Verge del Carme

Sant Francesc de la Font

Sant Josep de Censal

Basílica de la Mare de Déu del Lledó i casa prioral