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Church of San Pedro Apóstol

It dates back to the 19th century although it is built on the site of an earlier temple from the 15th century. Restored in 2010

Casa Grande

Manor house from the end of the 19th century.

Former Laundry

Located in the current street Assagador, this was the place where women used to wash their dirty clothes and where traces of their presence can still be seen today. It stands out for being the beginning of a series of irrigation ditches due to the springing of water from the subsoil.

NEAR TO US: Gandia

The city of Gandia has an extensive history dating back to the Paleolithic period. The city passed through Muslim and Christian rule, eventually becoming a flourishing medieval town where, among other crops, sugar cane was cultivated.

Gandia became a Duchy in 1399, this becoming a small medieval court in which important figures such as Ausias Marc, Joanot Martorell and Roís Corella emerged.

Gandia has a valuable historical heritage, we present to you.

  • Convent of San Jerónimo de Cotalba, founded in 1388, located in the municipality of Alfahuir.
  • Ducal Palace of Gandia, the place where San Francisco de Borja was born. One of the most important stately mansions of the Crown of Aragon.
  • The Collegiate Church, is Gothic in style and is located in the centre of Gandia. As a curiosity, it was built over a Muslim mosque.
  • The Torreón del Pino, is one of the last witnesses of the old medieval wall of Gandía.
  • Hospital of San Marco, Nowadays the Archaeological Museum of Gandia.


Of the local gastronomy, the following dishes stand out: baked rice, paella, coques de dacsa (corn cakes).

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