Hiking Routes in Costa Blanca

Hiking Routes in Alfás del Pi

This route runs through the area of Sierra Helada del Albir (Alfaz del Pi). From the beginning, the hiker can follow the necessary indications to take the right path, as the park is signposted.

In it, the walker finds a small slope through which he can descend without difficulty to the Caleta del Metge, as well as a viewpoint overlooking the bay of Altea and the Peñón de Ifach de Calpe. Continue along the path and pass through a tunnel in which there is another viewpoint close to it. From then on, the La Mina cove awaits you on its left bank, so called because there are some old ochre mines on its land. After about 500 metres, a natural hole known as Boca de la Balena can be seen on the upper right. After contemplating the beauty of the place worthy of being photographed, the journey ends at El Faro del Albir.

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Hiking Routes in Alicante

Enjoy the Castle of Santa Bárbara. Perched on top of M­ount Benacantil, at a height of 166 metres, stands one of Spain’s largest mediaeval fortresses, providing great views of Alicante’s perfect bay. The Castle of Santa Bárbarais the most visited monument in the city.

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Hiking Routes in Altea

Sierra Bernia.  With a length of almost 10 km between the Mascarat ravine and the Algar river, the route separates the Marina Alta from the Baja. Here is the imposing ravine formed by rock that exceeds 1100m in height at its highest point.

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Hiking Routes in Benidorm

We're talking about a city that has absolutely everything.  From beaches, coves and small ravines by the sea to mountains ideal for walking or cycling.  Surrounded by nature, these places offer visitors complete peace and tranquillity.From these magnificent points we can observe on the horizon places as amazing as Altea, the Albir, the Rock of Ifach, Calpe and all the Mediterranean sea.

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Hiking Routes in

The Paseo Ecológico (Eco-Trail) is the best trip along the coast of Benissa. The starting point is the "Tourist Info Benissa Playa - Aula de la Mar" (Tourist Office-Sea Rooms) services that operate in the "Casa dels Cent Vents" (House of the Hundred Winds). The trail consists of two routes: south and north, and runs all along the coast with information panels describing local customs and history, the varied flora and geographical aspects of the coastline, and offers an easy and attractive walk.

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Hiking Routes in Calpe

Let yourself be amazed by nature. Calpe offers a variety of natural environments that you can enjoy while walking, resting, or looking at the native flora and fauna. The fascinating contrast between sea and mountain achieves its greatest expression in the Peñón de Ifach: a colossal mountain, literally in the sea. Ifach, declared a Natural Park, makes Calpe a place of extraordinary scenic appeal. However, Calpe offers other corners of overwhelming beauty as well.

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Hiking Routes in Denia

Camí de la Colònia- Cave "Cova del Gamell"

START. Sanctuary "Ermita del Pare Pere".

LENGTH: 5.5 km (only one-way). Linear Route


DURATION: On foot: 1 hr. 50 min. Bicycle: 35 min.


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Hiking Routes in Campello








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Hiking Routes in Elche

The whole Costa Blanca is a very mountainous area, with a very varied and diverse relief. Although some towns are flatter or settled on a plain.  Elche does not present a great mountain range or mountain for that reason if we want to do a little trekking for the mountain we will have to move a little.

What is not so known is that in the surroundings of elche there are places worth visiting walking. These routes run through areas of mountains not very high but still are incredible. Ideal for family visits and enjoy another type of landscape with less vegetation and much attraction.  5 routes to visit:

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Hiking Routes in Guardamar

Tour 1: Dunes and River Segura’s mouth

Departure point: Guardamar Tourist Office
Final: breakwater at the River Segura’s mouth
Total distance walked return: 3.2 km

Tour 2: The Port Route

Departure Point: Iron Bridge

Final: Fishing port

Return distance: 2.7 km

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Hiking Routes in Jávea

The discovery of Xàbia’s beautiful landscapes and coastline is one of the many attractive features which awaits us in this privileged enclave on the Costa Blanca.  To become an integral part of its exceptional natural environment which combines sea and mountains represents an excellent alternative for hiking fans who can explore its luxurious vegetation, stroll along its cliffs and enjoy its spectacular views by means of the different paths which are described below:

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Hiking Routes in Moraira

Teulada-Moraira has numerous signposted walking routes where nature-lovers can enjoy this lovely place from a different viewpoint. With mild temperatures most of the year, this is an ideal environment for walkers.

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Hiking Routes in Orihuela Costa

Orihuela is a monumental city with a historic center, declared a Historical Site in 1969, in which alternating churches, palaces and convents. The municipality is one of the largest in the Valencia region, making proposals offering visitors are very spacious. This range of possibilities includes great contrasts, from arid hills with its own habitat, to mountains that host real forests; from a fertile orchard to dry fields, thanks to the Tajo-Segura have been put into production; do not forget the Orihuela coast with its clean beaches and blue waters that have made them worthy of the highest decorations, as well as the golf courses are an added attraction for fans of this sport. To publicize all these possibilities have organized various guided tours, being the meeting point of all Orihuela laTourist Info Center, located in the Plaza de la Soledad

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Hiking Routes in Pilar de la Horadada

The environment of Pilar de la Horadada allows mountain bike tours in the countryside, with different levels of difficulty and length. Several dirt roads communicate the main town with the town of Pinar de Campoverde, offering tours throughnatural areas.

On the other hand, for those of you who like going cycling with your family or without going fast, the cyclotourism offers soft and peaceful paths and routes, mainly following the coastline. There are several seafront promenades, which can be done either on foot or by bike, allow enjoying the coastline with no danger and making refreshing stops on the beach.

In the Río Seco riverbed, hikers can found two marked routes, a circular route of four kilometres and another lineal of a total of 10 kilometres, which arrives until the natural area of the coastal town of Mil Palmeras. Along these routes we can observe how water eroded the rock and its effects on a substrate of compacted sand. In addition, we will find the botanical species, birds and little mammals and reptiles typical form this type of riverbeds.

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Hiking Routes in Santa Pola








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Hiking Routes in Torrevieja

If you want to practice sports in total contact with nature, trekking is your perfect choice. The Lagunas de La Mata y Torrevieja Natural Park has various trekking routes, making it the perfect complement to your day of sea and sun. Furthermore, the old railway line, the Via Verde, is the perfect route to get from the town to the Natural Park. Among many other possibilities, you can do a full circle from the Vía Verde, which will take you to the north east side of the Torrevieja Lagoon. From this point you can join the Laguna de La Mata lagoon and run along its South facing slope to La Mata, where you will end up connecting with the local seafront.

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Hiking Routes in Villajoyosa

Ruta de la costa de Villajoyosa: de la Cala El Torres a la torre vigía del Aguiló

Rutas esnórquel

Roca encantada

Parque del censal

Olivera grossa

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