Sunset in Serra Castle

A classic route through the Sierra Calderona natural park – the ascent to the Serra Castle. This time we will have an advantage of a sunset accompanying our visit to the castle.

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Chulilla and The Hanging Bridges

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 Puentes Colgantes”.

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The Júcar Canyons

The Júcar river canyons will surely impress any hiker who ventures into the interior of the province of Valencia. You would never imagine that just over an hour from the city, you can come across a landscape that can make anyone dizzy.

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Forat de Bernia

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.

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Órganos de Benitandús

The hike within the Sierra Espadán natural park, from Alcudia de Veo to Órganos de Benitandús – imposing rock formations reminiscent of the shape of a church pipe organ.

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Peña Cortada Aqueduct

The main attraction of Valencia’s La Serranía region – Roman aqueduct in Chelva, dating more than 2000 years back, nowadays accessible on foot. The aqueduct gives you the opportunity to walk through tunnels carved in rock, cross impressive bridges, and admire unique scenery of the area.

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The Cheesiest Walk

During this trip to Almedíjar, we will visit a famous cheese shop. After that we will go for an easy stroll through Almanzor ravine. You will also learn the legend of King Almanzor, which gives the ravine its name.

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El Pozo Negro

Let’s visit the deepest natural pool in Valencian Community – Pozo Negro, and hike in its surroundings, enjoying the views of the valley in this precious corner of Sierra Espadán.

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The Cliffs of Moraira

A breathtaking trail at the foot of the impressive rocky walls that shape the coastline of El Poble Nou de Benitatxell. This simple lineal hiking route takes us from the touristy Moraig cove to the inaccessible and wild Llebeig cove. Along the way we will enjoy some amazing views and a couple of surprises.

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