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Come to this part of Camp del Túria to explore fascinating archaeological sites, historic streets and lovely landscapes.


Located in the province of Valencia, La Pobla de Vallbona is blessed with lovely weather all year round. The first settlers came here in the 13th century and this history is palpable as you wander around the old streets adorned with heraldic coats of arms - particularly Calle Mayor - and in sights like San Jaime Apóstol church. 

What to see in La Pobla de Vallbona

A good place to start your exploration of La Pobla de Vallbona is Casa Gran, from the late 13th century, followed by Museo Etnológico (the ethnological museum) which is housed in an old olive oil mill and winery. You could then venture outside the town in search of catxirulos, small shelters built using the dry stone technique. This art form has been given special protection by UNESCO in the western Mediterranean. 

The archaeological sites are other must-visits during your time in La Pobla de Vallbona. La Covatella, for instance, is a site comprising an Iberian road and an Islamic canal, which are in a good state of conservation. The canal was originally used as an aqueduct and irrigation channel for the local agricultural land. 

The town is also home to a 16th century cistern, which is in a good state of conservation, and the remains of a Medieval cemetery (14th century). 

La Pobla de Vallbona is an excellent destination to enjoy the great outdoors. Mirador del Tos Pelat is an easy trail popular among both walkers and cyclists. La Manguilla is another lovely spot, nestled in the woodland, where you can enjoy dining al fresco on the picnic tables. La Pobla de Vallbona also celebrates Fallas and serves up plenty of traditional rice dishes. Start planning your next getaway today. 

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