Quart Towers

Part of Valencia's medieval defensive wall

A gothic building of the 15th century, the Quart Towers were part of Valencia’s medieval defensive wall, but also served as the female prison.

Built by Pere Bofill -inspired by the Castel Nuovo towers in Naples- they’re a good example of late Gothic military architecture. Nowadays, the Quart Towers also house the Locksmith Museum.

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Serranos and Quart

The little sisters

The Quart Towers are often overshadowed by their “big sisters”, the Serranos Towers, and also by the Valldigna Gate, other well-preserved remains of the city’s ancient Islamic wall.

quart towers promenade
1 Santa Ursula Square

Contact Quart Towers

Get in touch!

(+34) 963 52 54 78
Opening hours

From 10am to 7pm. Sundays, until 3pm.
Closed on Mondays.

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