The Llotja dates from the 15th Century and it is one of the most emblematic buildings in the village. It is considered one of the jewels of Valencian civil Gothic architecture. As visitors have a trip around the town, they can admire its valuable cultural heritage, such as the Parochial Church of Asunción, from the 16th century, with its artwork that contains mythological paintings or the paintings of the maestro Pascual Mespeltera, in the Communion Chapel. In addition, a curious sundial dominates one of the entrance doors to the temple.
One of the most enigmatic places of 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.