Benifaió → 11.40 → Algemesí → 6.80km → Alzira

To end of camino
767.50
ATM
Yes
Bar
Yes
Bus
Yes
Correos
Yes
Grocery
Yes
Medical Center
Yes
Pharmacy
Yes
Train
Yes

The Museu Valenica de la Festa. It is housed in the building of a Dominican Friars convent which was restored in 1993. The museum is worth a visit, to learn about Algemesí’s famous fiestas in September, the Muixeranga, which involve building human towers.

It's at the Museum that you'll retrieve the keys to the Albergue Municipal, which is opposite the museum or in the police station when the museum is closed. It's the only accommodation option in Algemesí, with 2 single beds and 3 bunk beds, and a kitchen. I believe the kitchen is fully equipped, and that a washing machine is available. There are a few supermarkets around, so we can get what we need for our evening meal. I am told that it is wise to always have the key to the Albergue with you, as the front doors are automatic, and you could be locked out without them.

 

Comments

michael

The room now has 7 beds; 3 bunk beds and 1 single. The ladies at the Museum were very friendly and helpful. They sent us to Bar Garrafera who offered a better than average Meñu del Dia. Full kitchen. Decent facility. Your statement about key is accirate. Washing machine has “Broken” sign.