At the top of the mountain that dominates the city and the sea, there is a fortress built in the 13th century over the old Moorish fortress where the rest of the old towers, which are part of the old walled area on the mountain, are located.
The sanctuary Virgen del Castillo built in the 19th century is in the fortress where an annual festival is celebrated the week after Easter. There is also the Church of St. John, a neoclassical temple dating from the seventeenth century built over an older
Gothic temple. Inside, you will find the sacristy and the inside of a bell tower.
Torre del Marenyet is an old defensive tower built to guard the Júcar River, built in the 15th century as a defense against pirates. Dragut's cave presents the invasion of the Berbers in Cullera and it is said that the pirate Dragut once occupied the cave,
hence the name.
The Aquópolis Cullera water park is a fun alternative for children and adults. They have a wide range of water slides, from the gentlest to the Himalayas and the Kamikaze slide.