The Monastery of Sant Jeroni de Cotalba is located in the municipality of Alfauir (València), stands on the Cotalba hill in a privileged natural environment and about eight kilometers from Gandia, is privately owned and is open to the public from the year 2005, through an agreement with the Conselleria de Cultura.
It is one of the most notable and best preserved monastic constructions in the Comunitat Valenciana, which is accentuated by the stylistic diversity of its ensemble, which, starting from a primitive medieval Gothic structure in the 14th century, has been developed mainly since the 14th century. XVI to XVIII.
This beautiful monument that in the past belonged to the Jeronimos, has been declared a Site of Cultural Interest (B.I.C.) since 1994, its construction dates from 1388 and contains important Mudejar, Gothic, Baroque and Neoclassical elements.
Visitors can admire its entrance courtyard, with the Gothic tower, the orange groves courtyard, the Mudejar cloister, the old church with the baroque chapel, the old chapter hall with the image of the Virgin of Health, the oil mill with the fresco by Father Borrás (Sacred dinner at the Juan de Juanes school), silo, winery, stables, old kitchen of the friars, in addition to the impressive romantic gardens and the Gothic aqueduct that surrounds it.