How to arrive:
The easiest way to arrive from the city of Valencia is via the CV-3102 road. It also has a station on the Metro Valencia Line 1. It communicates directly with Burjassot, Bétera, Paterna and Rocafort, and has access from the A-7 (Mediterranean Motorway) and the CV-35 (Turia Motorway).
Godella’s cuisine is typical of Mediterranean and Valencian cooking. The varied local cuisine is based, above all, on rice. Mention may be made of paella, “all i pebre”, the traditional “arròs amb fesols i naps” (rice with beans and turnip) and the classic “arroz a banda” (rice with fish stock).
Places of interest:
Godella conserves two interesting and important religious monuments: the Church of Bartholomew the Apostle and the Hermitage of the Saviour.
The Church of Saint Bartholomew dates from 18th century and was constructed in a markedly neoclassical style. It has three naves and a square layout and hosts elements pertaining to other styles, such as Baroque and Rococo. It is currently in quite good condition. It also retains the “Torre del Molí” (from the disappeared Serdanyola Palace).
It is the only remaining element of the former castle of Godella, and one of its most esteemed and renowned landmarks. The tower has a cubic prism structure, and is octagonal at the top. Within a cultural context, mention may be made of the notable museum dedicated to the Ignacio Pinazo Camarlench.
– Saint Anthony
– Easter Week
– Saint Isidore
– Main Festivities
-Mare de Déu