This walk starts in Jalon and goes uphill to the ruins of Castell d'Aixa. Then you descend to Lliber to walk along the Riu Gorgos, a part of GR 330, back to Jalon.
This hike goes around the Sierra De Bernia via historic steep hiking trails, such as the Camí de la Cova de la Serp, a historic bridle path. We also pass the ruins of the Fortress of Bernia. All around there are spectacular views in all directions.
Read moreAround the Sierra de Bernia
This walk goes from Parcent via the Camí de les Revoltes to the Coll de Rates. After the plateau Tossal de Polupí you come to the cave Cova de Coloms. You can go back and forth to the Casa de la Neu, a huge ice pit. The 150 extra meters of altitude are definitely worth it. A little further you pass the source Font de la Foia and you walk through the Sierra del Carrascal back to the starting point.
The walk goes to the top of the Bernia from where you have a beautiful view of the surroundings. You also arrive at the ruins of the fortress of Bernia and go through an ancient tunnel where you have to crawl on all fours for about fifteen meters.
This walk runs just above Benimaurell and lets you taste part of the famous “Catedral de Senderismo” (with its 6800 Moorish steps) and crosses the Barranc de l'Infern.
Read moreThe Moorish Steps in Benimaurell.
The Peñón de Ifach is the symbol of the Costa Blanca. This limestone rock is 332 meters high and one kilometer long. The rock is connected to the land by a narrow isthmus, the result of a landslide from the nearby Sierra de Oltà. At the top you have beautiful views over the impressive coastline of the Costa Blanca. You can see for miles, as far as Moraira and on clear days you can even see Ibiza from the top of the Ifach.
The walk goes from Finistrat to the top of the Puig Campana at an altitude of 1406 meters, at the top you have a beautiful view to all four cardinal points. This incredible mountain is notable for its peculiar conical shape and also for a huge eroded hole in its upper part. You can shorten the walk to 12 km if you don't go to the top.
This walk goes from Calpe to the top of the Olta at an altitude of 585 meters via 2 Sendas Tradicionales or traditional hiking trails. At the top you have a beautiful view of the various mountain peaks in the area: such as Puig Campana, the Bernia and the Montgo.
Read moreTo the summit of the Olta
The walk goes from Benimaurell along the flanks of the Sierra del Penyal almost to the Penya Roja, also called Cavall Verd. Along the way you can enjoy beautiful views to the Aitana and on the other side of La Vall d'Ebo and Barranc de l'infern, among others.
Read moreAlong the flanks of the Sierra del Penyal
This walk through the hills of the Sierra de Oltà goes around the Olta, a mountain near Calpe. Along the way you have beautiful views of the Puig Campana, the impressive Bernia, the Montgo and the famous Peñón de Ifach.
The walk goes from Moraira via the Barranco de La Viuda to the bay of Cala Llebeig. From the bay you continue on the coastal path along the cliffs to the Cova dels Arcs and Cala Moraig.
Read moreThe bay of Cala Llebeig.