Puebla de San Miguel
Discover, in the interior of the province of Valencia, a town full of beauty where you can escape to enjoy nature, perfect for a rural and natural tourism getaway!
Puebla de San Miguel is a beautiful town in the interior of the province of Valencia, in the Rincón de Ademuz region. It is a very special municipality, as its municipal area has been declared a natural park and there you will find a beautiful juniper wood with monumental specimens in the area of Las Blancas. We invite you to visit it and discover all its charm!
What to see in Puebla de San Miguel
Enjoying the Mediterranean forests is one of the great attractions of escaping to Puebla de San Miguel, so lovers of rural and natural tourism already have a place to discover and enjoy. In addition to the junipers, there are a good number of yew trees, especially in the area of the Ripoll Ravine or in the Paraje de la Peguera, where you can see a large yew tree.
Other hiking trails can take you to the springs of El Pozo, La Canaleja, Las Blancas, Serval or Don Guillén, with fresh spring water. And if you are a fan of botany, the La Hoz Ravine has endemic species that you cannot miss.
In the town centre of Puebla de San Miguel we recommend you take a walk and enjoy the popular architecture, such as the washhouses, or visit the 17th century parish church of San Miguel, which has two altarpieces attributed to the school of Juan de Juanes. Two other very interesting places are the hermitages of La Purísima and San Roque.
If you are interested in cultural tourism in Puebla de San Miguel, you should visit the El Cubo Ethnological Museum, housed in an old wine press, or the house of the surgeon-barber. Finally, don't miss the archaeological sites in Puebla de San Miguel, both the remains of two Iberian settlements and the dinosaur fossils. Make a note of all these points of interest and enjoy your visit!