La Concordia is found 15 km from Llíria town centre, direction Alcublas, and it is one of the best areas in the Camp de Túria region for hillwalking and horse riding. The area has four short tracks and an equestrian trail which are all official and signposted.
It is an ideal place for doing sport and enjoying nature and for spending a morning or even a whole day.
It is a mountain range belonging to the Sierra Calderona Nature Reserve (foothills of the Iberian System). Its biodiversity is rich, primarily vegetation that is characteristic of the Mediterranean climate: holm oaks, pine groves, and thickets of rosemary, heather and mastic shrubs.
The main species of fauna to be found are wild boars, foxes, rabbits, hares, reptiles such as lizards and snakes, and birds such as eagles, falcons, owls, partridges and quails.
Walking through this rural area, the largest in the municipal area of Llíria, apart from a walk in the countryside, entails a trip through history, given that the Iberians once lived in this area. The Castellet de Bernabé shows us, in-situ, the way of life in an Iberian settlement that was dependent on the ancient Edeta. Closer to present day, the area offers excellent examples or rural architecture such as the Mas dels frares, the Casa de Camp, the Mas del Jutge and hamlets such as Bodegas de Campo, as well as farmyards, farmhouses and wells.