How to arrive:
It is accessed from Valencia via the A-7.
Baked rice, paella, “arnadí”, “fogases” and sweet potato cakes are Torella’s most typical dishes.
Places of interest:
The most notable tourist attractions are:
– La Costera Viewpoint
– Parish church of Our Lady of the Angels. Built following the earthquake of 1748. The temple is a typical neoclassical building with a rectangular layout and a single nave surrounded by six small chapels.
– Municipal Ethnological Museum, opened in 1981. It houses an interesting exhibition in which visitors can learn about the collective resources, a heritage from the transformations which the people of Torrella have undergone throughout the village’s history.
– Calle Bix Garden
The main festivities are held the week after Easter, in honour of the Holy Christ of the Calvary, Our Lady of the Angels and Saint Vicente Ferrer.