In this town, located in a river meadow, we can see some of Rincón de Ademuz’s well-renowned apple trees and enjoy their traditional varieties of the fruit, which, together with its numerous open-air relaxation and leisure spaces, allows us to get in touch with mother nature. Some of its most distinguishable buildings are the Saint Joseph and Saint Roch hermitages and the two old mills. The Casa de los Picos, which is tucked away in the town’s historic quarter, is definitely worth a visit. However, we mustn’t forget the hamlet Torrealta where we can visit Torreón, which harks back to its stately past, and enjoy a visit to the iconic Santa Ana Church, which dates back to 1518, recipient of a painstaking restoration which has without a doubt transformed it into one of the best kept secrets of Rincón de Ademuz.


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