Visit a church in Catí which is listed a Monument of Local Interest.

La Asunción de María Parish Church is the main church in Catí, a municipality in L'Alt Maestrat. The church is located in the centre of the town and was built in various periods between the 13th and 16th centuries, using blocks of stone and stonework.

Catí church is dedicated to La Asunción de la Virgen and has been listed a Unique Building and Site of Local Importance - in the Monument of Local Interest category - since 2004.

The second entrance to the church is in the Romanesque style and its features provide an insight into the beginning of its construction, which took place in the early years of the Conquest of Catí. It has one 32m by 10.5m nave, which is divided into four sections and three diaphragm arches, covered by a wooden structure. Side chapels and altars were added over the years. This Gothic place of worship has undergone various renovations: in the 18th century, La Comunión chapel was built and decorated with a fresco by Pascual Mespletera. Make sure you come and take a look up close.

If you’re wondering what to see in Catí, stop off at the church to soak up the municipality’s historic heritage. Don’t miss out: this is a sight you’ll want to see first-hand.

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