La Pobla de

Sant Miquel

The town is located in the Cerro Calderón or Alto de las Barracas mountain, and at 1,838 metres above sea level, it is the highest point of the Valencian Community. High up in the mountains, we are surrounded by lush evergreen oak and pine forests. The oldest junipers in Spain are also found here in La Puebla, and it’s worth a visit to “Las Blancas”, where you will find some of the best examples of this species.
Despite being the least populated town in Rincón de Ademuz, it is home to an intriguing Ethnological Museum, an exhibition hall and a municipal archive. We can also visit the baroque-style church and the Saint Roch and La Purísima hermitages near the town centre which present covered doorways, a very typical characteristic in Aragón, but something that is less common in Valencia.


Tourist Office




Where to sleep


Where to eat