Jérica - Region of Valencia

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Located in the Alto Palancia, Jérica is one of those charming towns that just grabs you. From the moment you set foot in it, you feel like you're part of its people and its traditions. Jérica is a town full of life and beauty that all can enjoy. Discover it with us! 

You can see the history of Jérica in its architecture and on its streets, and its Old Town has even been recognized as a “Bien de Interés Cultural” (BIC) (an Asset of Cultural Interest). It’s surrounded by a rocky landscape that has become an almost inaccessible precipice that acts as a natural wall for the upper part of the destination’s castle.

What to see in Jérica

Without a doubt, Torre Mudéjar de las Campanas is the most iconic site in the municipality. It is the only Mudejar-style tower in the Region of Valencia, and sits on a mountain high above Jérica, seeming to dominate from above.

When you visit Jérica, you have to get lost in its charming streets. Here, no two streets are the same. Wherever you go, you’ll find a mix of streets that are either narrow, steep, colorful, made of stone, filled with flowers or some combination of all of the above. We know you’ll fall in love from the very first step you take.

What to do in Jérica

Every great trip has an adventure. In this case, it can be a family adventure, one that follows the Palancia River. We encourage you to discover the riverside Vuelta de la Hoz, a naturally-beautiful destination tucked between Peña Tajada and Cuevas de los Herreros. Follow the river and take in the incredible landscapes of the Alto Palancia as a family, where you can see and feel its beauty and tranquility firsthand. 

We invite you to immerse yourself in Jérica, a gem of the Region of Valencia.

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The rich heritage in pastry recipes of the province of Castellón is the result the legacy from the different cultures that populated these lands for centuries, and the nearby the products from which they were supplied: honey, almonds, hazelnuts, fruits, oil, sweet potatoes, pumpkins, goat and sheep milk, etc. Ingredients with which to make figs from albardaes, rollets, coca celestial, prims, buñuelos, coquetes, almendrados, mantecados, fritters, pastissets, curds with honey, etc. As many recipes as villages in the province.
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The geography in the province of Castellón, mountainous and steep, together with a temperate and mostly sunny climate throughout the year, favours climbing. One of the most practised mountain sports in the area.
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In the province of Castellón, you can enjoy quality wines comparable to those of any designation of origin. Protected under a seal of quality and grouped by the IGP Protected Geographical Indication "Vins de les Terres de Castelló," you will find fifty different wines produced in Castellón.
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The Region of Valencia, apart from its famous beaches and coastal towns, can also boast of exciting inland tourism showcased through hiking routes, natural environments, or picturesque localities such as La Vuelta de la Hoz in Jérica.

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