Cirat was a Muslim town, although its origin traces back to an ancient Roman town which was located on the same site. After the Reconquista, it became part of the lordship of Ximén de Arenós; after the Moors were expelled in 1609, it suffered severe depopulation.


Cirat’s economy is rooted in agriculture.

What to see


The Mijares valley overshadows mountainous landscapes, and the steep geography is marked by ravines and mountainous elevations 1,000 meters above sea level. Pines cover the mountains, while the region is peppered with numerous springs, including La Salud, Macasta, Lobo, Madroñal, Umbría, Crespo, Costur, Jarica, Carrasca Mitgeta, and many more.