How to arrive:
Carlet lies 28 km from the city of Valencia. It can be accessed from the north from Catadau via the CV-50 regional road, which connects Llíria with Tavernes de la Valldigna. The entire municipality can be crossed via this road. In the opposite direction the city can be entered via the CV-50, but in this case from l’Alcúdia. There is a direct access to Carlet from the N-340 Albacete-Valencia road. These communications enable connection to a busy motorway. After passing through the Ciutat de Carlet Industrial Estate and the Sant Bernat Industrial Estate, the centre of the village is accessed by crossing the bridge over the River Magro.
Paella, gazpacho and stews are the highlights of the local gastronomy.
Places of interest:
Mention may be made of the façade of the former Dominican Convent, and am 18th century polychrome sculpture preserved in the Archpriest Church.
Festivities in honour of Saint Blaise are held on 3rd February, during which it is customary to take food, and especially anise rolls, to the church to be blessed. On the days before Easter, the “Apron Festival” is celebrated. Organised by local housewives, who dress in a wide variety of aprons of original design, and during which a pleasant afternoon is spend enjoying the festivity’s typical cuisine: “monas”, chocolate and Easter sausage. “La Fiesta del Faroillo” is held in July. During the festivities, children make lanterns out of melons, which they then parade through the streets. The village’s main festivities on 23rd July, in honour of the patron saints: Bernardo, Mary and Grace. A pilgrimage is held, during which the relics of the Saints are borne and a mass is held in their honour.