Miguelete Tower

The Cathedral's bell tower

The Miguelete is an octagonal-based bell tower of Gothic style, which is 50.85 meters high and was built between 1381 and 1424 by Andrés Juliá and others.

Views from the top

Not for the faint of heart

It’s topped by an 18th century belfry. Visitors can access via a spiral staircase (not recommended for the faint of heart!).

The Miguelete is part of one of the most emblematic buildings of the city, the Cathedral, located in front of the Queen’s Square.

Micalet's origin

Why the name?

The bell tower is called Miguelete tower because Miguelete is actually the bell itself.

The name Miguel refers to the saint, who would protect the city from storms. Miguelete (Micalet, in Valencian) would mean “little Miguel”.

Miguelete tower

The true holy chalice?

Enter the Cathedral

Contact Miguelete Tower

Get in touch!

(+34) 963 91 81 27
catedraldevalencia.es
Opening hours

Mondays to Sundays, from 10am to 7pm, uninterrupted.

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