Albaida is an interior town in Valencia about an hour from Valencia and Alicante cities. It has a lovely Medieval centre and a population of around 6300 people. The old town is part of the walled city and surrounds a lovely church and main square with the town hall overlooking a bevy of cafes and restaurants. The town lies at the heart of the Valle de Albaida known for its white earth and farmland.
The town has supermarkets, shops, a railway station and lies in a strategic point with cycle routes, tourist areas and farming and traditional industries. There is a rally track just outside the town for Karting and Motocross which organises many annual events bringing tourism into the town.