Chulilla is probably the most famous hiking place in the Valencian Community. This time were going to do a somewhat different route – get up to the lookout point above the village to get the best views of Chulilla, the canyon and surrounding areas.
Let’s go to the Western part of Sierra Espadán to hike to Salto de la Novia waterfall (yes, it has the same name as the other waterfall) and hike along the trails of Cirat municipality.
7th of July
Let’s walk along the coast in Sierra de Irta natural park, which will give us several opportunities to swim in the coves along the route. After the hike we will go to a restaurant to eat paella and then visit the town and the castle of Peñiscola. We will go by private bus from Valencia to Alcossebre and come back to Valencia in the same bus from Peñiscola.
Let’s go to Navajas to do a ciruclar route from the village and pass by Regajo reservoir, gaze at the waterfalls at Salto de la Novia and walk along the Ojos Negros green way.
Let’s go to Gestalgar to hike up Peña María, visit Roman aqueduct Los Calicantos and bathe in several natural pools of Turia river.
This is a circular route starting in Chelva and going towards Calles with the return back to Chelva along Ruta del Agua. At the end of the hike we can have picnic and/or swim in the river.
18th of May
This is a fluvial route along the banks of Palancia river between Viver and Jérica. We will visit several parks and natural areas such as la Floresta, el Sargal and Vuelta a la Hoz.
Let’s go to one of the most spectacular natural lookout points in the Mediterranean – Forat de Bérnia. It is a tunnel that will help us cross the mountain and go to the other side to contemplate the magnificent views of the valley and the coast.
14th of April
Let’s visit Bocairent – a village carved out in a rock, do the Barranc dels Tarongers route, make a refreshing stop at the Pou Clar pools and visit the artificial caves – Covetes dels Moros.
7th of April
An impressive route along the area of Canal de Navarrés, with multiple waterfalls and sources and a unique place in the Community – la Cabrentá, also known as Mediterranean selva.
This time we’re going to Moraira to do the spectacular cliff route, visit the coves of Llebeig and Moraig and hike up the emblematic Peñon de Ifach.
The cavas route offers a representative sample of the snow wells commonly found in these mountains of the Valencian interior. The trails between the sanctuary of Agres and the cava gran and the mountain refuge in el Contador will surprise you with ample views over the Agres valley and Benicadell.
10th of March
A spectacular route walking along both sides of a river, with impressive views from above, a visit to one of the biggest caves in Valencia – Cueva Negra and even the possibility of swimming in thermal waters at the end of the hike.
3rd of March
This is one of the most spectacular and famous routes for hikers in the province of Valencia. A tour of caves and tunnels dug into rock, a Roman aqueduct and a wooden walkway through the coved in passage.