The Serpis river has imbued the villages on its banks with a very special character. In the village of Beniflà we have important vestiges of hydraulic architecture.
On the one hand it is its municipal washing place, restored in 1976 and in perfect state of conservation. On the other hand, the population has two mills: the one of the flour, with parts around the 15th century and of possible Arab inheritance-, and the new one, currently dedicated to the hotel industry.
In 1983, when the Sant jaume Apòstol Church was restored, built in the 16th century, remains of its ancient mihrab came out, evidencing the Muslim origins of the population.
Gentilici: Beniflatera, beniflatero