XATIVA 1-DAY PRIVATE TOUR

PERSONAL GIUDE

TRANSFERS

ENTRANCE TICKETS

PHOTOS

TRAVEL ADVICE

TAPAS TASTING

  • 100% Private Tour
  • What is Included: Private guide • Transfer from Valencia to Xativa and back - Photography • Typical tapas tasting • Travel advice • Answers to all your travel questions - Entrance tickets
  • Duration: about 5- 6 hours
  • Free cancellation up to 24 hours in advance
  • Additional information: there are 2 transfer options - for groups up to 2 people car transfer is included. Fo ofr groups more than 3 people - car tincludes an extra charge, or we can go to Xativa from Valencia by train (tickets are included in price)

*From 129.00 €

The Hidden Gem of Valencian Region

Xativa is a small town about 65 km away from Valencia. It is  known as “the city of a thousand fountains”, “the hottest Spanish city” or also “the city of the Borgias”. 

This calm and cosy town with narrow streets, fountains, old houses and the Medieval Castle on the top of the hill will not disappoint even the most demanding and experienced tourist.

Xátiva is your typical Spain. Because it is not touristy, not “for sale”. Here you can experience authentic Spanish culture and traditions as they are.

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What to discover in Xátiva?

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History

The Iberians, Romans, Visigoths, Arabic and Christian civilisations made this town incredibly interesting to discover. Why is it the hottest city? Why do they call local people “socarrats” (toasted people)? There are many other stories and legends to discover.

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The Castle

Built on Iberian and Roman ruins, the Castle is an example of Islamic and Gotic mediaeval architecture and culture.  Even if you are not interested in history this castle will spark your imagination!

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Gastronomy

Rice dishes: “arroz al forn” (oven-baked rice with meat and vegetables). “Arròs caldós” (rice stew). “Ajos tiernos” – green baby garlic. Arnadí – a dessert made of almonds and pumpkin. Locally crafted beer – “La Socarrada”, strong with rosemary honey or “Er Boquerón” – a soft beer made with seawater.

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The city of the Borgias

Xativa is the city where one of the most powerful families of the  Renaissance came from. Borgias is the family of two popes. Alfons de Borja (Callixtus III, 1456–1458), and his nephew Roderic de Borja (Alexander VI, 1492–1503).

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