Segart is a town in the autonomous community of Valencia, Spain, belonging to the province of Valencia in the comarca of Camp de Morvedre. Until the mid-20th century, it was called Segart of Albalat.
Economy is traditionally based on agriculture, with cultivation of olives, almonds, carob and vine. Irrigated areas grow oranges. Livestock include sheep.
- Hermitage of Segart
- Parish church, dedicated to the Immaculate Conception.
- Segart Castle, of Moorish (13th century) origins, conquered by James I of Aragon. It is situated atop a hill.
- El Garbí panoramic point ov view.