Alcoy is in the Valencian Community of Spain. Alcoy (Spanish: [alˈkoi]) or Alcoi (Valencian: [aɫˈkɔj]) is a city and municipality located in the province of Alicante, Spain. The Serpis river crosses the municipal boundary of Alcoi. The local authority reported 61,417 residents in 2010, of whom 5,334 were of non-Spanish origin.
Castell de Bartxell (Barchell Castle, 12th century), of likely Muslim origin. It has a rectangular keep and a court with rainwater tank.
Hermitage of St. Anthony the Abbot (14th-18th centuries)