Ermita de L’Avellà
One of the most enigmatic places of Catí, Catí, and which attracts many visitors is the Mare de Déu de l’Avellà, a place which is historically well-known by the properties of its waters. The Water of l’Avellà is extracted from a spring that was already appreciated by the Arabs. There has been written evidence from the existence of this spring for more than 300 years. It was declared as public utility in 1928.
In the interior of the church such an ornamental exuberance can be found. From the entrance it is decorated with golden and fresco paintings that were carried out in 1737 by Pasqual Mespeltera, from Sant Mateu. This artist also decorated the Capilla de la Comunión (the communion chapel) in the Catí church.
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Ermita de la Mare de Déu de l’Avellà
In the interior of the church such an ornamental exuberance can be found by Pasqual Mespeltera