The history of the municipality is not very old, since in 1985, the inhabitants achieved independence from Vila-Real, the city to which the village belonged to in the past. The town hall, with a modernist and neoclassical style, is positioned in front of the monument that remembers the segregation. In fact, in June the segregation festival is celebrated remembering past times. The name of the village comes from the conjunction of the high number of farmhouses in the municipality and our Lady of the Lost Child, the nearby parish church. Don't miss the Masía Torre de la Regenta, as well as the endless orange groves that gather around the whole town.
In the area there are remains of Iberians and a Roman bridge over the "Riu Sec". There are also Muslim remains in the area.
The economy of the municipality is based on industry and agriculture, focusing efforts on the trade of oranges.
There is a large contrast between the rural areas and the colourful modernist style houses in a town full of life.
Without a doubt, you can't leave without seeing the Pairal del Replà house, a building of architectural interest. There are also other places of interest such as the Plaza de les Pedres, the main square, the Arabic tower of the Regenta or the Casal Jove.
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