Xàtiva lived a period of cultural splendour during the Muslim domination. The old town was declared a Historic-Artistic Site in 1982. After the christian conquest, it was the second city of the Kingdom of Valencia and the birthplace of renowned personalities: the Borja family.
Its fire ordered by Felipe V, the first Bourbon to be enthroned in Spain, has been engraved in the city and in the memory of the xativins, known since then by the nickname of socarrats.
Let's go up to the Castle and enjoy some wonderful views of the city, as well as the conservation of this majestic monument.
Get into the history and culture of Xátiva with us, you will have a great time!
Learn how to cook a Valencian paella... in a traditional house, outdoors, surrounded by orange trees and with a swimming pool.
Let's enjoy a historical recreation in Játiva... and take a dip in Quesa's natural pools!
We are going to watch every football match of Valencia CF, from the Spanish League, the Copa del Rey (King's Cup), the Champions League......
Peña Cortada's trail, is one of the most amazing of all the Valencian Community.
Let's go to visit this town, this is certainly going to be a unique experience!
If you like hiking in the mountains, this activity is for you!
Thousands of bonfires light up the sky during the night of San Juan and together with the water the fire conjures a magical night where joy and...