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Things to do in Alcalalí

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The top 6 attractions in Alcalalí

Villages in Alcalalí
Alcalalí, a municipality of La Marina in the Pop Valley was founded by the Arabs around the year 1020. It was reconquered by King Jaime I who was the hero of Valencia in the Christian reconquest in 1245. Today it's an interesting town to visit, we enjoyed a pleasant breeze from the surrounding mountains as we walked and visited the eighteenth century parish church, the fifteenth century medieval tower, which houses The Pansa museum and a beautiful gazebo, very modern and, on top of everything, there is also an ethnological museum in an old house of the last century. It is possible to stay in "Cal Curret" and in Casa Almar (a pair of tiny cottages) that don't cost much as the town is very small.
Churches in Alcalalí
Hermitage of San Juan
At the top of the village is the chapel Alcalalí San Juan. You go past the traffic signals that indicate the steep climb. Then you have to look at the wooden posts that mark the route. You have to be watchful as there are many paths and trails that may confuse you. There are other marked routes if you have the time and inclination, that will put you squarely in the midst of the many lemon and orange groves in the area. On the way to the chapel there are many viewpoints among the orchards. It takes half an hour walking as the slopes are steep, if you go by car, it just takes five minutes ...
Historical Monuments in Alcalalí
Churches in Alcalalí
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Of Touristic Interest in Alcalalí