Alcalalí is situated beside the Xaló river, 240 m above sea level.
A visit to the Medieval Tower (1) is a must. Dating back to the 15th century, this is the municipality's most emblematic construction and the last remains of the palace of the Barons Rois de Liori. It has a panoramic viewpoint with a spectacular outlook over La Vall. Another recommended visit is the Ethnological Museum (2) which is housed in an old oil mill.
The Church (3), which was built as a result of the reform of the Council of Trent, was built at the end of the 18th century by order of the archbishop of Valencia, Sant Joan de Ribera. It currently hosts the Parish Museum with displays of painting, sculptures and silver and gold work.
Visiting the Sant Joan Chapel may be the perfect excuse to venture into la Mosquera, a place of great ecological value which was once home to an old Arab village of approximately 1,600 houses. Another chance for a good walks is the climb to the Coll de Rates (PRV 158).