La Safor

The largest town in la Valldigna natural subregion and it transforms in the sea. This allows you to enjoy both mountain and maritime places and coast.

How to arrive
From Valencia by the N-332 road or on the national highway to Alzira. Then, CV-50 to the AP-7 motorway (exit Favara / Cullera). From Alicante by the N-332 road or the AP-7 (exit Xeresa / Tavernes).
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The town celebrates las Fallas intensely in March; in April, Holy Week. On the second Wednesday of July, el Porrat del Dia de la Sang, with more than 150 years. On 10th August, Porrat in the hermitage of Sant Llorenç.

At the moment Tavernes de la Valldigna is making an effort to recover its prehistoric heritage, and it is worth mentioning the works carried out in Bolomor cave, and in the interpretation centre of the site.

Hikers can go through different routes such as l’Alt de les Creus or get to the places of el Clot de la Font and Sant Llorenç. From the viewpoint of Valldigna you can see some of the best views of the valley.

The beach is crossed by the Marjal and sheltered by la Torre de Guaita, which at other times served to watch the coast. At present it has replaced this function by an area of recreation and interpretation of wetlands. Its beach has many activities, festivals and services of all kinds.

Gentilici: Vallera, vallero

Turism Office – Tavernes de la Valldigna: Avinguda Marina, s/n, Platja de Tavernes [email protected]

Natural Resources:

  • Platja de la Goleta
  • Platja de Tavernes
  • Serra de les Agulles
  • Muntanya de l’Ombria
  • Barranc de Bolomor
  • Cova de Bolomor
  • Pla de les Creus
  • Font de la Sangonera
  • Vall de Valldigna
  • Font de Bolomor
  • Font de la Granata
  • Clot de la Font
  • Mirador de la Valldigna
  • L’Alt de les Creus
  • Paratge de Sant Llorenç