La Safor

Walking through Benifairó de la Valldigna is to move between nature and the legend.

How to arrive
From Valencia, you can access the town through the V-31, then take the CV-42 and then the CV-50 to finish by accessing the CV-602.
The Major Festivals are celebrated from August the 1st to the 3th in honour of El Crist de la Providència, La Mare de Déu dels Àngels and Sant Benet Màrtir, with religious celebrations, dances and heifer loose.

In the past years the municipality has recovered the path of el Castell d’Alfàndec, which had been rendered impregnable for decades. This fortress is known as El Castell de la Reina Mora (the Castle of Moorish Queen), as the oral tradition explains that a Moorish queen threw herself out the window.

The location of the town’s boundary, between la Serra de les Agulles and el Massís del Mondúver, as well as the backbone axis of el riu Vaca (Vaca river), makes Benifairó the perfect starting point for hikers, specially for those who practice climbing, which have two magnificent opportunities at L’Agulla Fonda or at l’Agulla Foradada.

Gentilici: Benifaironera, benifaironero

Tourism Office – Benifairó de la Valldigna: 962885264 (Tourist Info Tavernes)

Natural resources:

  • Massís del Mondúver
  • Pla del Barber
  • Vall de Valldigna
  • Font Fontarda