Considered to be the oldest hospitality establishment in the Valencian Community, this is a farmhouse close to the Ermita de Vera whose written history dates back to the 16th Century. Seven generations of the Navarro family have managed this historical establishment, first as a general store, then as a tavern, and finally as a restaurant. Their Valencian paella is elaborated with the seasonal products provided by the local Valencian farmlands. During the summer months, the paellas are prepared with the typical legumes: lima beans, flat red beans, white cannellini beans and flat green beans. In the winter, we can eat paellas that include artichokes and baby fava beans.