Torrella is an agricultural town on la Costera, with irrigation and orange trees as the main crop. The origin of Torrella starts from a fortified medieval farmhouse, which took the name of its lords, first the Llançols and then in 1609 the Torrella knights. The fortified farmhouse belonged to the municipality of Xàtiva until 1707.
Nestled within the municipality of Torrella is the natural area with landscape protection called la Serreta. This place mainly houses aromatic plants, carob trees, pines, holm oaks and some type of hedges typical of the area. The place is located in an unbeatable point to enjoy magnificent views of the entire Xàtiva valley.
Located in the town hall building, the Municipal Ethnological Museum of Torrella brings us closer to the history of the town and shows us resources of a collective nature, inherited from the transformations suffered by Torrellano society throughout its history. Nearby is the Mare de Dèu dels Àngels church, a 13th century building, built after the earthquake that struck the region in 1748.