Check out the report of our trip to the South - the natural park of Sierras de Cazorla, Segura y las Villas, where we did a week's worth of hiking, walking through towns and living the Andalusian country life.
We went to Picos de Europa, a mountain range which covers areas of Cantabria, Asturias and Castile and León. We explored all three regions going from high altitudes to sea level. Here's the report. Day 1 - Valencia to Potes The trip started by driving across Spain with stops in Calamocha, Soria and Burgos. Burgos … Continue reading Picos De Europa
Here's the review of our trip around some the wonders of Teruel province, during which we have done two hikes - Sendero fluvial de Aliaga and Nacimiento del río Pitaruqe, and also visited several small towns in the area.
Here's a report of our weekend trip to Rincón de Ademuz. During this trip we have explored the trails which run along the three main rivers of the region - Turia, Ebrón and Bohilgues.
The Nacimiento del Río Tuéjar (the source of the Tuéjar River) is one of the most beautiful routes in Valencia. It was the perfect time to visit the river as the April rains meant there was more water than usual for this time of year. Along the route we passed natural beauty spots before hiking … Continue reading Nacimiento del Río Tuéjar
Cortes de Pállas is an inland town in the Communidad Valenciana. The town is situated on the edge of a reservoir and it is the start of the Ruta de Cavanilles. This trail goes to the top of Muela de Cortes and then down to a river and waterfall so that's where we went. We … Continue reading Muela de Cortes, Cortes de Pállas
Andilla is a small yet charming village built on a hill. It is considered one of the most picturesque village in the Valencia province. Due to Covid-19 restrictions the original plan to do the Route of Water (Chelva) was changed to a route with no water... or was it?We started by exploring the village. Walking … Continue reading The Route with (almost) no water, Andilla
On the odd day of February (the 29th) we went to Tarragona province to hike up to la Foradada del Montsiá and contemplate the views of the Ebro delta through the gap - a curious natural formation; and explore the beaches, wetlands and the Ebro river on the following day.
This hike had it all, the Peñescabia peak with stunning views, forest trails, a beautiful river through the Barranco Resinero and the Nacimiento del río Palancia canyon! The steep trails and attempts to keep our feet dry made for a very fun day. We started at the Fuente los Cloticos, where we followed the locals' … Continue reading Subida a Peñaescabia, Bejís
The Barranco de Agua is in the Sot de Chera natural park. The ravine lives up to its name with the very impressive Waterfall of Garita. However, the waterfall is not the only reason to visit, on our route we enjoyed plenty of caves and stunning views. We started from the town of Chera and … Continue reading The Waterfall and Caves of the Garita