La Safor

We are in front a fertile land, touched by the Serpis and Vernissa rivers, in this manner Palma de Gandia is surrounded by irrigated fields, orange trees…

How to arrive
From Valencia access to this town, by road, through the N-332 to link with the CV-686 and end in the CV-685.
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The Major Festivals are the last full week of August. Since the second week of July, Moors and Christians are also celebrated.

It is obligatory to visit Marxuquera and Font Murtera, for those who seek a more natural experience that can be accompanied by the water heritage, such as washing place of Sant Miquel, les Arcadetes, that was meant to bring water in the village, or l’Assut del Vernissa. In la Cova de la Clau, there have been cave paintings of high value.

In the village we can visit the Church of Sant Miquel, began to build in 1392, with a Neogothic bell tower in 1912. Most of the emblematic buildings of Palma are concentrated in the Old Square.

Gentilici: palmera, palmero.

Natural resources:

  • Serra Falconera
  • Cova Bernarda
  • Cova dels Porcs
  • Cova Roja
  • Vall del Vernissa
  • L’Assut Castell de Palma