In our itinerary we immerse ourselves in the Middle Ages and we enter into the magic of the Old Town, we leave the centenary wall behind and stroll through its cobbled streets that often surprise us with the skill and expertise with which the master stonecutters built beautiful palaces and coats of arms, fountains full of life and health and temples deserving of the highest ecclesiastical dignities. Finally, we briefly visit the museum to learn about the history of a cruel king whose portrait hangs upside down as a symbol of punishment, we know an enigmatic archaeological piece, the beautiful and unique Arabic pile of Xativa and we discover the place and function of the ancient store of wheat, the Almudín.
Places to visit:
- Alameda Jaime I, gateway to the walled city
- Moncada Street and Trinidad Square
- Collegiate Church of St. Mary
- Corregería Street and Market
- Almudín of wheat (museum of archaeology): Arabic pile and courtyard
- Fine Arts Museum: painting of Philip V punished
An experience that brings you to know the ways of life, customs and traditions of a fascinating society and that keeps you captive until the end of the route.
Total distance: 900m. Slope level: 13m. Maximum slope 16%.
Tour suitable for everyone. The tickets for the church and museum are not included.