Many people drive regularly to Jalón or its neighboring towns of Lliber, Alcalali and Parcent, to buy the excellent wine. This wine is made from the famous moscatel grape, which has given the Jalón Valley a great reputation.
Just a short drive away from Benissa, through extensive vineyards, almond tree orchards and typical Finca farmhouses, and just past the International Lady Elizabeth School, you reach Jalón.
From there, it is worth taking the road up to the Bernia mountains where you will enjoy unforgettable and breathtaking panoramic views of the coast. Here you can visit typical Spanish taverns and restaurants, serving their specialty of roasted lamb accompanied by homemade wine.
For hikers, mountain bikers, and everybody who appreciates being in touch with nature, this is a must do experience.
In the Jalón Valley, it's easy to get the feeling of being transported back in time, allows visitors to enjoy some old time relaxation.
Villas and country houses are usually built on large plots of 5.000 to 10.000m². High density built up areas are rather an exception, as there are just a few established urbanization.