Tavernas de Valldigna is a municipality in the Autonomous Community of Valencia. It is the largest town in Valdigna, shaped like a horseshoe, surrounded by mountains (Iberian and Betica) to the west and the Mediterranean Sea to the east. The town was so named by King Alfonso XIII. It is home to the highest peaks of Les Creus and Massalar (598m). Located 15m above sea level, the town boasts numerous beaches and hiking trails. Tourists can also visit the Torre de Guaita and Torre de Valle which are both situated near the town beach. The castles were built in the 16th century. There are also the ruins of the old Moorish palace, set amidst a beautiful and mysterious valley of mountains.