The inland areas of the province of Valencia offer visitors a wide range of attractions, with beautiful countryside close to the capital that remains unknown to outsiders, delicious cuisine, local fiestas and popular traditions, and numerous examples of craftsmanship offered by the different municipal regions of the province, not forgetting its fascinating historical and artistic heritage.

Wander through the narrow cobbled streets of the Mediaeval Quarter of Bocairent or enter the enigmatic Covetes dels Moros (Moorish Caves); discover the exciting world of dinosaurs in the mediaeval setting of Alpuente; enjoy a amazing cruise on the River Júcar in Cofrentes; delve into the past in the impressive castle of Xàtiva (City of the Borgias); follow the Pas del Pobre monastery route, discovering the story behind five of the province’s monasteries, and so much more.

Come and discover a land designed to be explored and let yourself be captivated by the inland regions of the province of Valencia: Rincón de Ademuz, La Serranía, the Ayora-Cofrentes Valley, Hoya de Buñol-Chiva, Canal de Navarrés, the Albaida Valley, Costera, Camp de Túria, Requena-Utiel… drink them all in!