Publicity for Castroville, Texas
Check out some of the articles that have been written about Castroville, Texas or watch a video or two.
Urban Home Magazine April 2013 • great article on Castroville!
Check out the Video on St. Louis Day
KLRN Auctions Video – Castroville participated in KLRN’s 2011 Blazing Gavels Auction and was a featured town. Click here to view the video.
Handbook of Texas Online – CASTROVILLE, TEXAS. Castroville, the “little Alsace” of Texas, is located on the Medina River and U.S. Highway 90 twenty-five miles west of San Antonio in eastern Medina County. The town was named for its founder, Henri Castro, with whom the Republic of Texas negotiated an empresario contract on January 15, 1842. Castro’s grant began four miles west of…read morePreserve America Community – With a population of less than 3,000 citizens, Castroville is a rural town 25 miles west of San Antonio on the Medina River. It was founded in 1844 by a group of immigrants recruited by French entrepreneur Henri Castro to settle a land grant he obtained from the Texas Republic…read more
First Lady’s Texas Treasures Award – Texas First Lady Anita Perry, acting as honorary chair, in partnership with the Texas Historical Commission (THC) is honoring communities that have shown a high level of creativity and ingenuity in recognizing and preserving their authentic Texas sense of place…read more
Texas Monthly Magazine– Check out some of the many articles that mention Castroville, Texas…click here
Texas Highways Travel Magazine – There are several articles that have been written about Castroville in this popular Texas magazine. Click here to read some of them.