Vall d’Alba:

the charm of the White Valley

Vall d’Alba is named after Alba, a Muslim farmstead. This Mozarabic “white valley” belonged to Vilafamés until 1925, when it was split off to form a municipality. In a succession of strategic moves, Jaume I initially gave the area to the Benifassà Monastery, but took it back in 1244 and later gave it to the Hospitallers, who received a Royal Charter in 1264. Finally, it came under the control of the Order of Montesa until it became a separate municipality. The Hospitallers left a deep mark in the form of both the local people’s welcoming character and the municipal coat of arms, which bears the Latin words labor and virtus, work and virtue.

Enjoyable trails for everybody

Enjoyable trails for everybody

A gastronomic spectacle

Relaxation and comfort in the heart of nature

Memory and future

A gastronomic spectacle

Relaxation and comfort in the heart of nature

Memory and future

A gastronomic spectacle

Relaxation and comfort in the heart of nature

Memory and future

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