How to arrive:
It is accessed from Valencia via the A-7 and the CV-560. The main communications by road are the CV-560 Puebla Larga to Sumacárcer road, and the CV-555 Sellent to Cárcer road.
Typical dishes include baked rice with “caretós” (a variety of sweet bean) and paella, and typical sweets include “monas de pascua”.
Places of interest:
The parish church is dedicated to Saint Michael. It has seven chapels and its façade, with its entrance door, gives onto the village’s only square. There are archaeological sites pending investigation, based on the remains found in the old part of the village, especially under the foundations of the church and other contiguous buildings. There are also samples of monumental remains, such as the coat of arms in the Villanueva de Castellón Square, in the so-called Chust Family House. The house itself shows masonry work hidden under recent walls, and on which the old Stately Palace stood, with its own stables and underground accesses via the paved areas that stretched to the church and neighbouring buildings.
Cotes celebrates its main festivities in honour of Saint Isidore the Farmer and Saint Michael the Archangel on 28th and 29th September, respectively. They include religious celebrations such as masses and processions, as well as activities such as parades, fireworks, live music, children’s activities, etc.