Private transfer Xativa/jativa - Alicante Train Station

Alicante train station transfer connects to the beautiful town of Xativa.

Xativa also known as Jativa is a town in eastern Spain, in the province of Valencia, on the right bank of the river Albaida.

It is the birthplace of two popes, Callixtus III and Alexander VI. It suffered a dark moment in its history at the hands of Philip V of Spain, who, after his victory at the Battle of Almansa during the War of the Spanish Succession, had the city besieged then ordered it to be burned and renamed San Felipe. In memory of the insult, the portrait of the monarch hangs upside down in the local museum of l'Almodí.

Once you arrive on your Alicante train station transfer you will find that Xàtiva’s castle, which clasps to the summit of a double-peaked hill overlooking the old town, offers sensational views. You’ll find flower gardens , tumbledown turrets, towers and other buildings, such as dungeons and a pretty Gothic chapel.

Take the Calle Corretgeria staircase down to the beautiful market square area. Calle Montcada is another interesting area where building facades are decorated with coats of arms, honouring noble families.

For your Alicante train station transfer once you leave the train, proceed to the arrivals hall and immediately on your left you will see a restaurant called CAFESTORE. Our guide / driver will be waiting for you outside this establishment with a Beniconnect sign, where you will be directed to where your uniformed driver and vehicle are waiting to transfer you to your chosen destination in Xativa.


01:11:35 Hrs


107.63 KM

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