It is a journey that represents the different scenes of the passion of Jesus Christ on a road or on the walls of a church. It is marked with altars that must be crossed while praying in each of its stations to remember the march of Jesus towards the mountain where he was crucified.
At the end of the Calvario route we arrive at the Llíber viewpoint, from the panoramic view that offers the true essence of the town. The agricultural landscape that produces the typical products of the area: grapes, raisins, mistela and wine, a landscape that characterizes the municipalities of Llíber and Xaló. We can see the bottom of the valley, the pla. We can also get to see even more the villages of Alcalalí and Parcent