Valencia Churches and Cathedrals

(Valencia, Valencian Community, Spain)

With many historical churches on offer, Valencia's religious buildings date back many hundreds of years and greatly contribute to the city's historical character and appeal.

The Catedral de Valencia (Cathedral) is without doubt the most striking religious building in the city, with building work spanning four centuries until the cathedral was finally complete.

Many of the churches in Valencia offer regular masses, particularly on Sundays, welcoming visitors of all religious and persuasions.

Catedral de Valencia (Valencia Cathedral)

Address: Plaza de la Reina, Valencia, 46001, Spain
Tel: +34 96 391 8127
Valencia Cathedral is a striking building, situated in the Plaza de la Reina. Building began on this grand cathedral in the mid-13th century and was finally completed more than 400 years later. One of the most famous parts of the cathedral is the Miguelete bell tower, which offers breathtaking views across the city centre. The Catedral is also home to a museum, with many important religious artefacts, and holds regularly masses several times each day. The Basilica de la Virgen de los Desamparados is located alongside the cathedral, connected by a stone archway.

Iglesia de San Juan de la Cruz

Address: Poeta Querol, 6, Valencia, 46002, Spain
Featuring a grand vaulted dome and breathtaking architecture, the Iglesia de San Juan de la Cruz contains a number of notable paintings, statues and local artefacts. Regular masses are held here throughout the week and are particularly popular on Sundays.

Iglesia de San Juan del Hospital

Address: Trinquete de los Caballeros, 5, Valencia, 46003, Spain
Tel: +34 96 392 2965
In the heart of Valencia's Old Quarter, the Iglesia de San Juan del Hospital has Gothic origins and is known for its small chapel of St. Barbara.

Iglesia de San Martin

Address: San Martin, 2, Valencia, 46002, Spain
Featuring intricate stonework and historic origins, this Catholic church dates back to the mid-13th century. Over the years, the church has been restructured and renovated, although many period features remain intact.

Iglesia de Santa Catalina

Address: Plaza de Santa Catalina, Valencia, 46001, Spain
Tel: +34 96 391 7713
The Iglesia de Santa Catalina is without doubt one of the city's most attractive churches and features an imposing bell tower, with detailed stone work. Standing in the Plaza de Santa Catalina, church highlights include Baroque-style architecture, twin bell towers and a regular masses.

Iglesia de Santo Tomás y de San Felipe Neri

Address: Plaza de San Vicente Ferrer, Valencia, 46003, Spain
Tel: +34 96 391 8755
Situated in the Old Quarter of Valencia, the Iglesia de Santo Tomás y de San Felipe Neri dates back to the early part of the 18th century and has been awarded the prestigious title of 'National Historic and Artistic Monument'.

Iglesia de los Santos Juanes

Address: Plaza del Mercado, Valencia, 46001, Spain
Tel: +34 96 391 6354
Built during the 14th century, the Iglesia de los Santos Juanes is one of the city's oldest churches and features Gothic-style architecture, a large dome and impressive frescos.