Explore the breathtaking natural beauty of the region on foot. Discover picturesque hiking trails, majestic mountains, and peaceful coastal paths during relaxing outdoor walks.

Fonts de l’Algar

Just a few kilometers from the town of Callosa d'en Sarrià lies one of the most spectacular natural areas in the Valencian Community. These are the famous Fonts de l'Algar, which form a series of pools, waterfalls, cascades, and caves on the rocky bed of the Algar River gorge.

It owes its name to the Arabic term "algar," which means cave or refuge used by humans and animals.

It is a year-round place to visit due to its beautiful surroundings, although it is usually crowded in the summer and, in many cases, it is necessary to make an appointment in advance through the camping website. It is also necessary to pay an entrance fee, which is approximately 5 euros for adults from July 2022. Check the website first in any case.


Albir Lighthouse Walk

The Albir Lighthouse Walk is an enchanting experience that takes hikers along the breathtaking Mediterranean coast of Albir, a picturesque town on the Costa Blanca in Spain. This scenic route takes you past pristine coves, rocky inlets, and majestic cliffs, with the highlight being the iconic Albir lighthouse, from where you can enjoy panoramic views of the azure waters. Suitable for both experienced hikers and families, this walk offers the perfect opportunity to experience the tranquil beauty of nature, enjoy photo moments, and relax on secluded beaches. Immerse yourself in the enchanting atmosphere of the Albir coast and discover the treasures of this coastal hike along the Mediterranean.



Guadalest is a municipality in the Valencian Community, Spain, located inland in the province of Alicante, in the Marina Baja region. It has been declared a historic-artistic site since 1974 and is part of the Association The Most Beautiful Towns of Spain.

The Guadalest reservoir is a reservoir near the town of Guadalest, in the province of Alicante. It mainly receives water from the Guadalest River, a tributary of the Algar.