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Chulilla is a municipality inland to the Region of Valencia belonging to the Region of La Serranía. This municipality is located in the middle basin of the Turia River, at 322 meters above sea level. From the town one can stroll through its narrow and steep mediaeval streets which have been preserved throughout time in perfect condition. Its beautiful landscapes and its thermal waters will continue to make Chulilla one of the more attractive tourism places, as the days pass by. The main economic activity, however, still comes from agriculture.

How to get here:

This municipality is 59 km away from Valencia. Take the CV-35 (Valencia-Ademuz) Road and the CV-395 (Requena-Segorbe). One can gain access to the municipality by bus.

Oficinas de turismo:


Management companies
Rural accommodations
Active tourism companies
Complementary services companies
Tourist offices

Be inspired

Just one hour from Valencia (60 kilometres) there is a little known but spectacular path: Chulilla Hanging Bridges Route, a vertiginous adventure.
The beaches of Valencia are famous for their fine golden sand and the transparent warm waters of the Mediterranean Sea. But the inland areas of the province of València are also worth visiting because they house natural sites and ideal villages to spend a weekend of disconnection.
The Region of Valencia is well known for its pleasant climate and its beautiful golden sand and clean beaches and temperate waters. But in its inland regions host rural areas of great value that are increasingly visited by tourists from all over the world.
The Region of València is well known for the sun and the beach but has many places of interest for the visitor. The inland areas of its three provinces are full of charming villages that are worth visiting, with historic buildings, churches, and castles surrounded by magnificent natural landscapes. Also, many coastal towns have a unique attraction, beyond the typical summer areas.

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