If you choose inner places to discover its history and its unusual landscape, places like Bocairent, Requena, Morella, Sant Mateu, Biar, the Castell de Guadalest are some of the municipalities that you will not want to miss. And to discover the pure Mediterranean essence, a walk through the streets of Jávea, Peñíscola or Gandia, among others, will be an authentic delight. A day of sun and beach in a unique environment!
In addition, the traditional and homemade cuisine of each of the places will put the finishing touch to your stay. You cannot say you have visited us without tasting the paella made on wood-fire or some rice made with traditional ingredients. An experience your palate will never forget!
This is the most monumental complex in Segorbe. The Baroque edification corresponds to the 17th century. It was the old house, college and church of the Jesuits. To be highlighted is the main entrance doorway, linteled and flanked by columns and the attic set within a great balcony.
It was the church of the Dominican Fathers. It corresponds to the 17th century and worthy of attention is the interior Latin cross floor plan, cupola and galleries above the chapels. The spatial concept varies due to the difference in proportions and to the high bases of the pilasters.
Work of the sculptor D. Vicente Ferrero, it represents in a bronze bust the once founder of the Trust "Virgen de los Desamparados", D. Joaquín Vilanova Camallonga. It is located in the small square that the façade of the aforementioned building looks out onto, situated in the avenue of the same name. It was beatified by the Christian Church on 11-03-2001.
Presiding over the square called Plaza la Iglesia is the sculpture that the Fester family erected in honour of their patron saint, the Virgen de los Desamparados (Virgin Mary). This sculpture was made by the sculptor from Bañeres who settled in Ibi, D. Vicente Ferrero Molina. The monument represents the Mare de Deu dels Desamparats (Mother of God), the patron saint of Ibi, in which the children or innocents have been substituted, and increased in size, by a Moor and a Christian. As a background it has a striking illuminated fountain. Its inauguration, together with that of the whole remodelling of the square, took place on 29th August 1982.
A 14th century communal oven. It was built in 1351 and was last used just fifty years ago.
One of the best-known buildings in the municipality. Located on the slopes of the 1,315 metre high Muela de Sta. Catalina, 6 kilometres from the town at a height of 1,178 metres. It dates back to the 14th century, has a fine hospice that was finished in 1763 and a spring with extraordinarily good water.
Puçol was the domain of the Bishop of Valencia for centuries. The archbishop's palace and one of the most important botanical gardens of the time used to lie next to the Church. The dressed stone wall with semicircular turrets crowned with ceramic tiles that used to protect them was refurbished in 1998.
Comenzó siendo una ermita en el año 1941, todavía hoy pueden observarse los once peldaños de la escalinata de acceso, el portal y un trozo de cemento fino, únicos restos que quedan.
En 1943 se hace la nueva ermita de mayor dimensión y en 1980 es convertida en Santuario de Ntra. Sra. del Pilar apto para ganar el Jubileo.
En 1989 se celebran las bodas de oro de la romería y en septiembre es la ermita, dejándo a la vista el actual santuario que, tras diez años en obras, fue bendecido el 12 de diciembre de 1999
Durante todo el año son numerosísimas las personas que lo visitan, celebrándose muchas concentraciones de jóvenes y adultos que viene como peregrinos. El número de visitantes asciende a 20.000 personas.
This bridge is an extremely important example of civil engineering, not only because it was built around the time of King Jaume I, but also because it is a unique Gothic bridge in the Region of Valencia.
It was built by a resident of Vila-real upon the orders of Jaume I, issued on 18th April 1275.