Sinarcas has a Punt Net promoted by the Generalitat's Anti-Depopulation Program with a free emptying service. Walk through the town and, if you want to know how people lived in the past, visit the magnificent ecomuseum of the rural habitat, an old restored house that preserves tools, implements, furniture and utensils from the period. Nearby, the church of Santiago Apóstol.
The town is surrounded by mountains and pine forests that, in autumn, are a destination for lovers of rebollones. From Las Viñuelas, a rural tourism center, several trails start to explore a privileged natural environment, with several protected spaces such as Los Cerros, La Toba, El Charco Negro or Las Palomarejas, along with other cycling trails. In any of these options (some easier, others more difficult) visitors can discover the abundant native vegetation, fountains, bathing areas, viewpoints, landscapes and cultural heritage scattered throughout the municipality.
A visit to the town offers attractions such as the magnificent Ecomuseum of Rural Habitat, a restored old house where implements, tools, furniture and period utensils are exhibited, or also the Cereal Museum. It has 5 seats, trash cans and picnic tables.