Olocau del Rey

In the year 1271, the Infante Don Pedro asked Arnaldo Sauit and 10 settlers to settle the place. Later, in 1287, Olocau became a subject of Morella, before gaining independence in 1691. .


Olocau's economy is based primarily on the pig and cow farming and agriculture. There is also some activity in construction and services.

What to see

Starting from the Plaza de la Constitución, home to the Town Hall (16th-Century), El Mesón (tavern), the Figuera Palace (15th-Century). Be sure to visit the Church, which dates from the 15th to the 18th Century. You can also visit the Medieval furnace (1271) and the oldest fountain in the town (15th-Century).


Surrounded by steep mountains, the imposing ruins of the castle dominate the town. The climate is cold in winter and mild in summer. Olocau is located 1,047 m above sea level. In its hills you can find oaks, pines, junipers, as well as diverse wildlife such as partridges, hares, wild boars, and many other species.