Jalón (Xalo) is the largest of the villages and the main producer of the famous wines. In early spring the valley floor is transformed into a sea of pink and white almond blossom.
Llíber’s ‘Riurau’, historic stone arched rectangular buildings, whisper remnants of the grape drying process, to produce the small sweet raisins that in turn ferment into the local aperitif ‘Moscatel’.
Alcalalí takes pride in its medieval tower which has been lovingly restored and converted into a museum.
Parcent is home to a family-run winery where wine tasting and purchase of locally produced olive oil is a must.
Murla’s unique bakery produces bread and ‘cocas’ (a robust pizza equivalent) with dough kneaded by hand the authentic way.