The area of La Canal de Navarrés is saturated with all kinds of waterfalls, natural pools, cascades and mountain streams. This route gives you an opportunity to explore the three cascades, all within just a 30 minute walk from town of Anna. Apart from the waterfalls, there is a magnificent Arabic palace in Anna dating back to XIII century.
This route takes through the valley from a small village of Alfondeguilla to a Roman aqueduct called L’Arquet, trapped between two vertical walls of Sierra de Espadán mountains. After the hike we visit Coves de Sant Josep, a unique place, where you can either sail the underground rivers in a boat, or go for a more adventurous option – speleokayaking.
A combination of an easy walk, an old legend and exquisite food – this if what you are offered on this tour. Add to that and easy stroll along the remains of a medieval castle – how can you top that?
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.
A truly unique spot giving you the opportunity to get from inland side of a mountain, to “the Mediterranean balcony” – an incredible lookout point with views of some of the most iconic towns of Costa Blanca: Benidorm and Altea, separated by Sierra Gelada range., through a narrow, just over 20 meters long, tunnel.