On the slopes of the hill, between the town and the Castle, is the old Roman Theater.
Part of it has been rebuilt and modernized, but much of it still stands as it has for centuries. This open air amphitheater is open to the public and free of charge. Most of the stands are closed, so you cannot simply climb around as you want, but from the side, you can view the entire enclosure.
Along the coast line, as with much of the Spanish Coast, there are several hotels and resorts for summer tourists.
Sagunto beach is no different, but it is a bit more relaxed than other places. The number of hotel options are less, so you may need to stay elsewhere and drive yourself.
The coast lines here are quite nice and popular, particularly for locals living in the nearby communities. However the town is a few kilometers from the beach, so transportation is not always the easiest.
the castillo de sagunt is located on the site of the ancient town of sagutium on a hill over looking modern day sagunto. the castillo was transformed over the ages by the carthaginians, the romans and the moors. a very interesting site to see over a thousand years of continous history. closed mondays.