The municipality is formed of two centres: Bonrepós y Mirambell. It is completely flat, with a slight slope running northwest to southeast, without any significant geographical features, with the exception of the Carraixet ravine in the municipality’s southern and western limits. It is located 5.7 km from Valencia.

How to arrive:

Although there are no main roads which cross the municipality of Bonrepós and Mirambell, the easiest way to arrive is via the N-340 (old Barcelona road), which links to the north with the CV-300 and to the south directly with Valencia via Tavernes Blanques.

Places of interest:

La Iglesia parroquial de la Virgen del Pilar (1755) está situada en la Calle Mayor, en el núcleo de Bonrepós, es un edificio de una sola nave con torre campanario y de planta rectangular. Posee diversas pinturas del s.XVIII y otras más modernas. La Ermita de San Juan Bautista data del s.XVII y se encuentra en la antigua plaza central de Mirambell. Tiene una sola nave y está construida sobre la antigua mezquita.


The village’s main festivities are held from 11th to 13th October in honour of Saint Vincent Ferrer and Our Lady of the Pillar. Events include paellas, fireworks”, meals and other recreational activities. In June, festivities are held in honour of Saint John the Baptist, as well as the famous “tomatà”.

Tourist Info

Tourist Info Valencia – Diputación C/Poeta Querol, s/n (Bajos Teatro Principal). 46002 Valencia Tel. 963514907