Ontinient is a municipality in the Val d'Albayda region of Valencia, Spain. The topography of the town is very mountainous. The town is dominated by the Sierra Grossa mountain, which serves as a wall that closes the region from the west.
The city enjoys a typical Mediterranean climate, with mild winters; summers are hot and can reach in excess of 35°C. Snow is rare, not every year. In addition, there are many architectural treasures such as the Parish Church, notable for its tall square tower, and the palace of the Dukes of Almodóvar. The city lies on the banks of the Clarion River. Typical local dishes include 'baked rice', black paella and 'onion pudding', usually cooked during the 'feria'.