Tavernes de la Valldigna History
History of Tavernes de la Valldigna
It was James I who conquered this land and joined the Kingdom of Valencia. But it was James II who gave the Cistercian Order in 1298, to build the monastery of Santa Maria de la Valldigna. The history of peoples is that of the monastery, and it will reach the maximum splendor.
Taverness story goes back to the origins of man. Proof of this are human remains found at Cova Bolomor dating from the Paleolithic and are the oldest in Valencia.
At present, Tavernes de la Valldigna is a city that has managed to thrive and look to the future without forgetting its past.
Eminent agricultural passes also be an important industrial and commercial center that is combined with the tourism sector.