Alzira is the capital of the Ribera Alta del Xúquer district and covers an area of 111.40 km². Located a mere 36 kilometres south of Valencia and just a few kilometres from the coast, Alzira enjoys a typically Mediterranean climate with pleasant temperatures all year round, making it perfect for both residents and visitors alike.
How to get here:
Alzira is accessed by the A-7 highway and the AP-7 toll road, with the exits signposted on both. It also has a train station and bus service.
Walk this family-friendly hiking trail and discover the natural world of La Murta, defined by leafy trees, tall mountains, a monastery and a great aqueduct. The trail starts in the carpark next to La Murta y la Casella natural park and will take you to the monastery so you can discover the history of the monks who lived there and the vestiges they have left us. Jaume I bridge will lead you to a beautiful tower and church, followed by fascinating buildings like the old ice house and the aqueduct that provided the monastery with water. A wonderful walk combining history and the great outdoors.
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