Unmissable tourist sites
Xàtiva Travel guide
Xàtiva : Michelin's recommendations
This historic town, also known as Játiva, is encircled by crenellated walls and located on two hills amid a landscape of vineyards and cypresses. The birthplace of two members of the Borgia family who became popes, as well as the painter Ribera, Xàtiva is dominated by the silhouette of its impressive collegiate church, completed in the 20C.
Tourist attractions Xàtiva : Things to see and do
E - 46800 Xàtiva
On this square, the 16C cathedral that was transformed in the 18C stands opposite the façade of the Gothic and Plateresque hospital.
Corretgeria 46 E - 46800 Xàtiva
This museum occupies the town’s former granary, with a Renaissance-style patio housing a collection of lapidary works. Note the remains of the Visigothic cathedral of Sant Felíu in the rooms, as well as the 11C Arabic fountain ( pila ) with its unu..
Carret. del Castillo E - 46800 Xàtiva
This chapel contains some early 15C Valencian primitives. Inside, the white marble baptismal font is hewn from a capital.
Bosch, 11 E - 46800 Xàtiva
Casa Aldomar is located in Xàtiva’s old town, 200 metres from La Seo Cathedral. It is a converted weaver’s house offering a roof terrace and stylish rooms with free Wi-Fi. All rooms at the Aldomar feature whitewashed walls and terra cotta floors. Th..
De Les Animes, 56-60 E - 46800 Xàtiva
Located in Xàtiva’s old town, this boutique hotel has views of Xàtiva Castle from its restaurant. It offers a 24-hour reception and stylish rooms with free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TV. The air-conditioned rooms at La Maga Rooms feature minimalist décor..
Académico Maravall, 1 E - 46800 Xàtiva
Featuring modern rooms with free Wi-Fi, Vernisa is set in the centre of Xàtiva and 2 km from its castle. It has a restaurant and a 24-hour reception. Each air-conditioned room at Vernisa features a balcony. There is flat-screen satellite TV and a ba..