What are you looking at?
You’re looking at Llíria, which is known as "The City of Music.” Take in the view of Plaza Mayor and you’ll catch two important monuments: Ca la Vila (a 16th century Renaissance palace) and Iglesia de la Asunción (note the Baroque-style altarpiece-facade).
What can you do near Llíria?
There is so much to do in and around Llíria, from visiting Santuari Oracular and its imposing temple and Roman baths to making a trip to Edeta, a town that was once the capital of the sprawling Edetania ibérica, in Cerro de San Miguel.
Head to the historic centre of the municipality and you’ll see Iglesia Gótica de la Sangre (declared a National Monument) and the Real Monasterio de San Miguel (one of the most unique centres of Valencian pilgrimage). We also suggest exploring the natural side of Llíria by visiting its beautiful orchard.