Albaida is a town located in the inland of the province of Valencia. Its rich cultural and artistic heritage leaves no one indifferent. Cradle of ancient civilizations, as evidenced by the Iberian settlement located in Covalta or the old castle of Albaida from the Islamic era, and hometown of great artists and illustrious characters such as José Segrelles, Monjalés, Ridaura, Elías Tormo or Eduardo Torres.
We recommend you the best places to visit in Albaida.
Discover the great heritage that is hidden in the Clos de la Vila (old walled enclosure).
Albaida's cuisine combines avant-garde and tradition.
Its rich variety includes everything from stews and rice to the most exquisite sweets.
In October, the streets of Albaida are filled with music and color during their Patronal and Moors and Christians festivities.
Throughout the year, you can discover other celebrations such as the Sant Jaume fair or the neighborhood parties.
Albaida offers you endless green and urban routes where you can enjoy a relaxing walk.
Walk the streets of the city with its fountains, manor houses, hermitages and devotional ceramics or dare to climb the Covalta.
Plaza Pintor Segrelles, 19
Albaida, 46860 (València).
Telephone: +34 962 390 186