Jalón / Xaló

Xaló (Valencian name) or Jalón (Spanish name) is situated in the region of the Marina Alta, Alicante province. The population is over 2000 people.

The sun shines in Xaló more than 300 days a year, and rarely does the temperature drop below 10ºC. in the winter. The summer is mild like in the Mediterranean region with temperatures arround 25º-30ºC.

The Rastro (flea market), it takes place every Saturday morning, where you will find from the most searched antiquity, for to the most unusual object.



Route of Bèrnia, where you could visit the "Fort of Bèrnia," remains of a fortification of times of King Felipe II, or the "Forat" where you could cross the mountain.


In April, on the last Saturday or the month, it takes place the "Romer," traditional pilgrimage where the typical food is "bollos" (buns).

Bassa del Arcs


At the end of July: Moors and Christians, live music, parades,

Iglesia Parroquial (1831)

First of August, fiestas in honour to the patron Sant Domènec, verbenas, bulls on the street, ...

Ermita de Sant Domènec (1697)

Third Monday of October, fiestas in the honour of  the Mare de Déu Pobra. Giant paella, verbenas, "botifarrà" (blood-sausage), ...


Essential part in the knowledge of any town is the gastronomy, and Xaló could not be less. To highlight their confectionery based on almonds, with their famous "pastissets de boniato", "sequillos", The "embutidos" (cold meats), "botifarra", "garró", "sobrassada" and a variety of original delicacies that you will find in the restaurants of the town, accompanied with wine of Xaló, fundamental part of the agricultural economy of the village.




Costa Blanca zu fermieten - Jalon / Xalo Ferienhaus