Last town in the province of Valencia, next to Alicante, 75 km. away from Valencia city and 8 km. south-east from Gandía following road N-332 or highway A-7. Beaches with a family atmosphere, churches of Santa María la Mayor (18th century) and San Roque (19th-20th centuries); chapel Santos Antonios (18th century); chapel San Vicente (18th century); abbey of San Roque (16th-18th century), ruins of the 15th to 16th century wall; Aula de Gramática (18th century); Casalicios del Calvario; the Gothic window of the Palacio Condal (16th century); the chapel Virgen del Rebollet (with a carving dating from the 12th century) in the Carmelitas church; the local market; the house of Gregorio Mayáns (18th century, in Mayor Street, 12); la Cova (18th century, in Mayor Street, 10); the Portalet de la Virgen María (18th century); the abbey Santa María (18th century); the chimneys of the brick factories dels Rajolars; the ruins of castle of Santa Ana (12th – 14th century); the sugar factory Engeny del sucre (16th century); the sites of San Antonio (with a chapel from the 16th – 17th centuries); the Iberian ruins Castellar; the Cavall Bernat; L’Elca and the fountains Salada, del Garrofer y del Olmo, El Pla and Montanyars Platja.
Cakes a la calfó (baked corn cakes); espardenyà (eel stew); filled peppers; meat balls; stews; shrimps with chards; and of course, the sweets, like rosegons, pacencies and mantecados.
Longitude: -0.09811 / Latitude: 38.93251
This campsite is open all year