Plaza del Ayuntamiento, Nº 1
Tibi is a small peaceful village with white houses located between Maigmó, ´the balcony of Alicante´ and the Peña Roja. Due to its geographical situation it is an extremely interesting place for mountain tourism and for people seeking peace and walking trails. It is worth discovering the village on foot whilst strolling along its peaceful streets surrounded by a serene atmosphere. Though it is worth visiting at any time, the Major Fiestas held at the end of July in honour of Saint Mary Magdalene are an added attraction.
Gazpacho tibero (cold tomato soup from Tibi), llegum en penques, caragols (snails) and minchos.
Espadrilles, baskets and various products made from esparto.
Semi-ruined Moorish castle, parish church and ayuntamiento (town hall). The oldest reservoir (17th century) in Europe is located in its municipal district.
Name of Councillor:
Sofia Vilches Lopez
Festivals and Events:
A fiesta is held in honour of Mary Magdalene from the 21-25 of July. On the 7th of January Moors and Christians pageants are held with an auction of Tonyes (cakes).
Located 28 km from Alcoy and 29 km from Alicante. It is traditionally linked to the villages of Ibi, Agost and Jijona. Situated 68 km from Benidorm.
Tour of the town:
Maigmó and Tibi Reservoir.
Number inhabitants 2006