How to arrive:
It is accessed from Valencia via the A-7. It can also be accessed by the CN-340 motorway and the CV-50 Tavernes-Llíria road.
The most notable local dishes included paella and a wide variety of rice dishes, as well as “carabassa santa” (a typical Holy Week delicacy made from pumpkin).
Places of interest:
A visit to the town centre must include the impressive Church of Saint Andrew, dating from 18th century. In the surrounding area, mention may be made of the natural site known as “Els Fornals”.
The main festivities are held between 1st and 8th September.
A gastronomic fair is held from 8th to 12th October featuring local products from the Valencia Region: wines, “cavas” and liqueurs, sausages, sweets, which can all be sampled.
Other festivals of interest include: Carnival (February), Easter, medieval market (May), World Music Festival (Fesmón, July), Literary Month (November) and an agro-erotic festival (December, even years).