Segorbe ( Valencian / Catalan: Sogorb ) is a small town in the province of Castellón in the Spanish autonomous autonomous region of Valencia. It lies on the banks of the river Palancia about 55 kilometers southwest of the provincial capital of Castellon de la Plana, 33 kilometers northwest of Sagunto and 56 kilometers north of Valencia in the district of Alto Palancia, whose district capital is Segorbe. On 1 January 2013 Segorbe had 9089 inhabitants.


Built as Segobriga in ancient village was among the Visigoths in the 6th century bishop's seat and was in the second half of the 11th century ( under Ibn Yasin ) seat of a briefly independent Moorish emirate before they part after the Reconquista in the 13th century of the Kingdom of Aragon and the seat of the diocese of Segorbe - Castellón was ( until 1953 ).

Since ancient times Segorbe is an important center of ceramic or pottery manufacturing.


Historically, worth seeing are remnants of the city's castle and the city gates, a Gothic cathedral, which now functions as the Town Hall Palace of the Dukes of Medinaceli, originating from the 13th century church of San Pedro, originally from the 17th century Church of San Martin and the nearby source of the 50 provinces. Tourist significant is the annual bull and horse driving.


Each gargoyle is about 1 km from the source of 50 caños is a province of Spain

Serving as the town hall Medinaceli Palace