L'Alcúdia de Crespins
Come and explore the riverscapes of a small, charming municipality that will get you reaching for your camera at every turn: the perfect way to remember your time here.
Located in La Costera in the province of Valencia, L’Alcúdia de Crespins is defined by beautiful, leafy nature areas that are calling out to be explored on foot. Come to this part of the Region of Valencia and fall in love with a rural destination in a getaway bursting with charm.
What to do in L'Alcúdia de Crespins
The source of the river Sants, also known as the river Nou, a tributary of the river Canyoles, is in L’Alcúdia de Crespins. The area surrounding the river, which is known as El Nacimiento, is of great botanical and environmental value, making it a wonderful place to visit. Nearby, there is an inland natural pool where you can do some wild swimming or paddling. In the summer months, this is a great place to cool down and soak up the atmosphere.
Embraced by abundant flora and fauna, the picnic areas here are a wonderful place to spend some quality time with your friends and family. Not far away, there are some caves with limestone formations where remains from ancient civilisations have been found, namely Majauma and Sants Caves.
Once you’ve explored the scenery, which is a joy both on foot and by bike, we’d recommend taking a stroll around the centre of L’Alcúdia de Crespins, which is a small and peaceful place, to visit 18th-century San Onofre Anacoreta Parish Church and El Santísimo Cristo del Monte Calvario Chapel, which dates back to the 18th century and has lovely surrounds.
L'Alcúdia de Crespins is an exceptional destination to enjoy mother nature during your time in La Costera county. While you’re in the area, you can also visit great Xàtiva with its castle and end your day at the beach flanking the river. So how about it? Come for an explore.