Cervera del Maestre is a small village in the mountains 16 km inland from Benicarló, on the Spanish Costa del Azahar, 2 hours drive south of Barcelona and 1 hour north of Valencia. The region is well known for its abundant agricultural produce, beaches, mountains and historical towns and villages.
Located at the southern end of the Cervera Mountains, above the Rambla de Cervera seasonal river, Cervera is a picturesque town located on a hill with a ruined Moorish castle top of it. It lies in an area of maquis shrub and cultivated plots, mainly almond, carob and olive trees. There is a ruined ermita south of the town.
To visit Cervera del Maestre, you can fly to either Castellon Airport, a 35-minute taxi drive away or to the Valencia Airport where you can drive to Cervera.