Carrer del Músic Peydró (Peydro Music Street) harks back to the medieval streets of walled off cities, when artisans grouped together in the same street, gathered into guilds each side by side selling their goods. For in this street everyone sells the same. Baskets, objects made of wood, furniture, chairs, household items such as kitchen utensils, everything is made of timber. There is so much to choose from that you don’t know where to stop.
Most stores are not those typical stores with a clerk and everything well organized around you. They are half Workshops and you see people working behind to create these objects. Toys for children are very pretty. You can buy different types of wood, raw, varnished or white: shopping, say, a table or tray that you can then can paint, decorate, and customize to your taste ... or, for a gift, to me a nice touch.
Carrer del Músic Peydró is pedestrianized and most stores place items out on the street, making it feel like you're walking in a bazaar.
A complete entertainment complex 5 minutes from the exit of Valencia. You have to take exit 5 or 6 for Ademuz if you go by car, you can also catch a bus at the junction or metro Line 4. It contains Kinepolis Cinemas, Bowling Center, Evolution Lasergame, gym, Supercor supermarket, beauty center, shops, ice cream parlors, a full gym and many restaurants so it's a great place to spend a fun afternoon/evening. Young children have a carousel where they can get on and enjoy for a while, a small train and a small playground with crafts with displays of "smile club" while parents have a beer. Open all year.