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Precio: 9€

Sesga offers us unique vestiges of the way of life of the past. These fundamental activities for survival were carried out in harmony with the environment.

The multi-purpose building of Sesga is an obligatory stop for those who visit the village. The school, located on the upper floor, has remained intact since it closed its doors in 1964. Next to it is the surgeon-barber's barber's shop, which also served as the Town Hall and dungeon. On the ground floor we find the communal oven, last used in August 2003. Another point of great interest in the village is the hydraulic complex, consisting of a fountain, drinking trough, washing place and fulling trough.


The group of pre-industrial buildings of Sesga, together with the Cube of José Maroto de Ademuz, were awarded the first Europa Nostra prize in 2011, in recognition of the protection of cultural heritage.

On the way to the village, we also visit the vernacular architecture of Val de la Sabina.


Resources to visit:

  • Multi-purpose building: communal oven, school, barbershop-municipal hall, dungeon. Exteriors and interiors
  • Plaster ovens. Exteriors
  • Hydraulic complex: spring, drinking trough, washing place and fulling trough. Exteriors
  • Tilework. Exteriors and interiors
  • Traditional vernacular architecture of the town centre
  • Church of the Immaculate Conception. Exteriors and interiors
# Availability
All year
# Services included
Guided tour and tasting of local produce.
More information

Up to 12 years old: 0€/ From 13 to 16 years old: 7€/ From 17 years old: 9€/ Se-nior citizens: 7€/ Family pass: 25€.


Sundays 11:00 AM
Estimated duration: 2 hours.
Service available on demand, subject to availability of the local guide: 666 71 54 45