Chapel Sant Vicent Ferrer

From the Font Jordana, a rise of cypresses reaches this sanctuary, located at the foot of the Agullent mountain range, and where every first Friday of September hundreds of people go up in a nocturnal pilgrimage. Built in the 18th century, the chapel has an exercise house, a hostel and a space for home restoration.

The devotion to Saint Vincent Ferrer, so common in the Valencian territory, acquires a special meaning in Agullent, as he not only visited these lands during his lifetime, but in 1600 he was in charge of liberating the inhabitants from the plague, according to local tradition.