A truly unique spot giving you the opportunity to get from the inland slope of a mountain, through a narrow, 25 meters long tunnel, to “the balcony of Mediterranean” – an incredible lookout point with views of some of the iconic towns one the shore of Costa Blanca: Benidorm and Altea, which are separated by Sierra Gelada range.
The main attraction of Valencia’s La Serranía region – Roman aqueduct in Chelva, dating more than 2000 years back, nowadays accessible on foot, giving you the opportunity to walk through tunnels carved in rock, cross impressive bridges and admire unique scenery of the area. Chelva itself and its historical neighborhoods deserves a visit as well – a more relaxed stroll through the town, admiring the old Moorish, Jewish, Christian and Arabic constructions.
Chulilla is currently considered one of the most visited tourist attractions in the province of Valencia and this is due, mostly, to the impressive hiking trail along the Turia river called “Ruta de Los Calderones” or “Ruta de los Puentes Colgantes”. An excursion that will make you feel tiny walking between the canyon walls, following the Turia river and that will put you in direct contact with one of the most characteristic places in the Valencian Community.
Montanejos is an interesting inland tourism destination in the province of Castellón, closely linked to a health tourism offer (thermal village is its slogan) and with great scenic appeal and possibilities for active tourism.
Among the recreational offer of Montanejos Fuente de los Baños with remains of old Arab baths and natural pools stands out. In summer it presents an excellent swimming area, but it can also be enjoyed in other times as it is equipped with a picnic area and games.