L’Alcudia (Valencian: L’Alcúdia) is a small town in the Valencia region, southeastern Spain, located on the right bank of the Margo River, about 32 km (19 mi) southwest from Valencia, Spain’s third-largest city, and 305 km (189 mi) to the southeast of Madrid, the capital.
The town was founded by Catalan squire Peire de Montagut in the 13th century. Its name came from the Arabic word al-Kudiya which means “the alter”. In 1433, L’Alcudia was granted town privileges by King Alfonso the Magnanimous.
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L’Alcudia lies at an altitude of 32 m (104 ft) above sea level and covers an area of 23,7 sq km (9.1 sq mi).
Official website: Ajuntament de L’Alcúdia