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From de motorway AP-7 (56 km)

Motorway exit AP-7- Vinaròs/Ulldecona (Nº42)

Ulldecona- Sant Rafel del Riu (N238) y (CV-11)

Sant Rafael- Traiguera (CV-11)

Traiguera- Catí -Forward (N-232)

Catí (CV-128)

From Vinaròs (46,8 km)

N-232 Towards Morella

Follow the N-232 to the turnoff to Catí by CV-128 (38 km)

Towards Catí- Catí (CV-128): 8 km



València (V-21)

Motorway (AP-7) (Castelló- Sud-Exit) o (CV-10) o (N-340)

Find Out Borriol/Pobla Tornesa

Highway to la Pobla Tornesa (CV-151) - (CV-10)

Pobla Tornesa- Forward Cati (CV-15)

Towards Catí- Catí (CV-128) (13 km)


By bus

With Bus from Castelló: (Castelló - Sant Mateu- Catí)

Monday to Saturday go up a bus MEDITERRANEO'S company (Tlf: 964 21 45 32 ) from Castellón to Sant Mateu. Leaves the station at 18:00 hand reaches at 19:30 h Then you must to change traim and take de bus of the same company that comes from Vinarós to Catí direction.


By Bus from Vinaròs: (Vinaròs - Sant Mateu- Catí)

Monday to Saturday, go up a bus MEDITERRANEO' Company (Tlf: 964 21 45 32 ) that leaves the station  at 18.15 h. and arrives to Catí at 20.00 h.

 By Taxi:          Tel. 964.40.90.87













—  Municipality  Inland township

Información general:

-Ayuntamiento de Catí- Major, 1
Tel: 964.40.90.81 - Fax: 964.40.91.54



Location in Spain


Coordinates: 40°28′17″N 0°1′20″E

 / 40.47139°N   0.02222°E




Autonomous Community

 Valencian Community (Valencia: 145 km)


Castellón (80 km)


Alt Maestrat

Judicial district

Vinaroz (45 km)


 - Alcalde

Pablo Roig Ferrando (2016-        )

Twon hall

Major Street, 2 Telephone: 34.964.40.90.81

Fax: 34. 964. 40.91.54


 - Total

102.3 km2 (39.5 sq mi)


661 m (2,169 ft)

Population (2008)

 - Total

861 inhabitants

>  - Density

8.4/km2 (21.8/sq mi)

 - Demonym


Time zone


 - Summer (DST)


Postal code


Official language(s)



Official website




Catí Climate Mediterranean


Catí is a municipality in the comarca of Alt Maestrat, Castellón, Valencia, Spain.



Catí is situated at 661 metres (2,170 ft) above sea level, half of a broad valley which is called "the corridor Catí" in the region of Alt Maestrat, geographically to the boundary between Ports, region to which it belonged historically, and the Baix Maestrat, the centre of the mountainous area that connects El Ports of Morella with saws of Maestrazgo (saw Vallivana, Tosal of the Fridge and Barbuda)


King James I granted Ramón de Bocona and 40 settlers a Municipal Charter to establish Catí in 1239. It quickly grew to become a small village in the Morella region, and became independent in 1691. Since medieval times, Catí has been known for its livestock and wool trade, which made the town one of the richest in the region.

On January, 25th in 1239 Catí was given to populate by Blasco of Alagón to Ramon de Bocona and to forty residents more, this fact was confirmed by the king D. Jaime. For the surnames of those neighbors are supposed to come from the land of Lleida. Fidelity was his main virtue which is recognized in his shield weapon whose main figure is walking a dog, a symbol of loyalty active.

Catí has participated in many historic events had taken part of Morella. Catí take part in the conquest of Mazalquivir, Oran and Spark Plug, in the Nave of Bayle of Morella. This despite the fact that the town of Catí, along with other villages, began in 1292 a lawsuit against Morella, who did not complete until 1691 were granted independence. Nowadays, Catí’s primary economic activity is based around livestock, and the town contains a feed factory  and a cheese factory, as well as bottling and furniture production facilities.

What to see

Catí’s charms include the attractive medieval features of its buildings, with stone arch doors, large gothic windows, and the coats of arms of noble houses, including the Lonja House (also known as the Casa de la Vila), the Miralles’ House, Delme, the Monserrats’ House, and the Casa de la Plaza. Its gothic church, famous for an altarpiece painted by Jacomart and dedicated to San Lorenzo and San Pedro de Verona, was constructed beginning in the 14th century. These historical features led Catí’s town centre to be declared a National Heritage Site. Two valleys, La Font de Catí and Cirers, shape Catí’s municipal district. The village’s average elevation is 650 meters above sea level, although the district also includes Tossal de la Nevera, one of the highest mountain in the province.


Neighborhoods and parishes In the municipality of Catí is also the following towns:


Hostal del Mestre.

Masía Costereta.

Masía d'En Ramón.

Masía de Evaristo.

Masía de Gatellà.

Masía de Jaume Vicent

Masia de Puig Cabrer

Masía de Roblasco.

Masía de Segarra de Dalt.

Masía Font Nova.




The municipality of Catí limited to the following locations:

Ares del Maestre, Morella, Chert, Tírig, Salsadella, Sant Mateu and Albocácer all of them in the province of Castellón.

Catí Nearby


Airport Castellón: 42 Km

Airport Valencia 137.4 km
Reus 212.3 km

Zaragoza 200.2 km

Nuclear power station Vandellòs Nuclear Power Plant 139.1 km
Ascó Nuclear Power Plant
133.3 km


Catí Distance


Madrid 316 km

Seville 724 km

Barcelona 307 km

Saragossa 202 km

Valencia 146 km

Malaga 669 km

Murcia 394 km

Palma 345 km

Las Palmas de Gran Canaria 1971 km

Bilbao 495 km

Alicante 341 km

Cordova 604 km


Catí Nearby cities and villages

Tírig 10 km

Chert/Xert 16.8 km

Albocàsser 19.8 km

Ares del Maestre 22.3 km

Sant Mateu 24.2 km

La Salzadella 30.2 km

Vilar de Canes 15.5 km

Vallibona 24.8 km

Benasal 23 km

Sarratella 28.6 km

Castellfort 31.3 km  

Morella 30.4 km


Architecture and  Monuments


Festivals and Celebrations

Rural Tourism

Where to eat
Hostel / Guest House / Youth Hostel