One of the 'undiscovered' gems of the Spanish province of Alicante is the authentic and always interesting village of Rojales. An autonomous community, Rojales is characterized as a typical agricultural Spanish village. The river Segura runs through the centre of the town, enabling bountiful greenery, vegetation and agriculture all around. Traditional cave homes still stand in various areas near the river, giving a glimpse of the village’s history. The residential areas offers many tranquil and luxurious spaces, with pretty gardens, and attractive villas. The town centre offers a wide variety of amenities including shops, bars, and cafes which are rich in local cuisine and culture.