Agullent is a singular place for its charming location at the foot of the mountains, surrounded by the smell of pebrella and thyme. It has 2364 inhabitants and two celebrations recognized as Local Tourist Interest of Valencia, which are the Moors and Christians (the week after Easter) as well as the bonfire night and celebrations of the miracle, in early September. Moreover, the town is declared Municipality of Tourist Interest.
Traditional sausages as well as the elaboration of candles and Valencian balls are craft activities that survive from the past. An architectural legacy is evident in many areas as the shaft of ice, the laundries, the holy convent Jacint, the flour mill, the hermitage of Holy Vicent Ferrer, the church of Holy Bertomeu and the park of the Jordana Fountain. Agullent is 5km far from Ontinyent, the capital of the region, and is less than an hour away from Valencia.