Sella – Spanish town
Sella is a typical Spanish village in the center of a beautiful walking area. It has narrow, steep streets and friendly people. Sella is located just 18 kms from the coast. The village is popular with nature lovers, hikers, mountaineers, cyclists and beach lovers. Sella has 650 inhabitants and 5 bars / restaurants , 2 little supermarkets, 2 bakeries, 2 ATMs and a pharmacy. In other words, good facilities for a small village.
Location of the village
Sella (430 m) lies on the southern slopes of de Aitana (1558 m), at the foot of the Sella Penya (1,100 m) in the valley of the Rio Sella.
Font Mayor, Font Alcantara and Font de l’Arc, are three springs that provide Sella with drinking water. During the Moorish domination, the first terraces were built on the hills surrounding the village. In this way the land on the slopes is irrigated (this is still based on a calendar set by the Moors) and cultivated.