Godelleta is renowned as one of the major municipalities for this traditional sport, the pelota (ball). The local pelotari club, amongst the most important ones in the region, includes prominent teams across several leagues and categories. It also has an academy. Godelleta had the honor of hosting the opening match during the first European Championship of Pelota in 1993.
CATEGORY: Typical in the area.
INTERIOR FEATURES: Staircase, open plan, plated roof, spotlights, tiered seating, benches, net, windows.
EXTERIOR FEATURES: Balconies, car entrance, fences, gated entrance, trees, windows.
ACCESS: Easy access by car even though the Calle Jesús is narrow. Perpendicular roads leading to this street are much wider (Plaza de España, Calle Turís).
PARKING SPACE: It’s possible to park in Plaza de España, but Calle Turís towards Calle Cheste is preferable.
NOISE LEVEL: Time-dependent, crowd-related rather than car-related.
AVAILABILITY: A request must be forwarded to the city council.
OWNERSHIP: Ayuntamiento de Godelleta.
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