A typical municipality located in the Valencian agricultural land, which is still populated by “barracas” (local agricultural houses) and “alquerías” (farmhouses), with notable examples including “l’alqueria del Magistre” and “San Andrés”, as well as the Gamba mill. The Hermitages of Saint Barbara, Milagro and Vilanova, baroque, which contains the old effigy of Saint Christopher Martyr, the patron saint of Alboraya, an which was discovered in 1442. Beaches and Port-Saplaya residential development, on the coast. Its religious buildings include the Parish Church of the Assumption of Our Lady, dating from 18th century. It is a religious building of baroque style and medieval origin. It has three naves with side chapels between buttresses. The central nave is notable for its pointed barrel vault.