This is the historic capital of Rincón, which is full of pieces that tell the full story of the area’s ethnography. It is truly an open-air territory museum where we can take in the castle, the hermitage of Saint Barbara and its viewpoint offering stunning sights of the valleys. Also of note are the viewpoint of the Solano Gate, Saint Paul’s Church and the hermitage of Virgen de la Huerta which dates back to the 13th century, making it the oldest building in the town. Ademuz invites you to wander through its old quarter, where you will come across the Town Hall, the municipal prison and the hermitage of Saint Joachim, along with endless other delights that you will find along the route. Another must-see is the Water Interpretation Centre found in the old mill, as well as the river Bohigues walking route. It’s impossible to ignore the importance of its three hamlets, Mas del Olmo, Sesga and Val de la Sabina, which hide an intriguing history that is just waiting to be shared. It is also worth mentioning that the preindustrial buildings in Ademuz won the 2011 Europa Nostra Award.


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