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Costa Blanca Hiking

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From Costa Blanca: Chulilla and the Hanging Bridges Day Trip

1. From Costa Blanca: Chulilla and the Hanging Bridges Day Trip

The Turia is one of the main rivers of the Valencian Comunity and has a natural and cultural heritage that must be known. Chulilla is one of the towns most linked to this river with a medieval castle landscape and picturesque streets nestled in the rock surrounded by the Turia canyon, more than 100m deep. We will take a tour of the town and visit the route of the bridges, a path through the gorges that crosses the canyon several times over hanging bridges and impressive views. Moderate mountain hiking. Interpreted visit to the riverside ecosystem and the timber uses of the river. Walk accompanied at all times by a nature guide.

Alicante: Mela Ravine Canyoning Adventure

2. Alicante: Mela Ravine Canyoning Adventure

Enjoy a canyoning adventure in Alicante through the Mela Ravine located in the Guadalest Valley. Conquer the ravine by rappelling and crossing a variety of jumps and slides among its crystalline pools of vibrant emerald and blue colors. Meet your guide in Abdet, a small village in the province of Alicante. Set off on your adventure through the canyon with all the necessary equipment to rappel and splash your way through the canyon. Get out of your comfort zone as you rappel down rocks and waterfalls in a picturesque natural playground. Splash into natural rock pools and zoom down natural slides. Admire the stunning surroundings of the canyon as you enjoy an exhilarating outdoor adventure in the Guadalest Valley. After your journey through the canyon, you will also receive photos of the day's action, sent to you by the guide.

Alicante: Via Ferrata Hike of Callosa del Segura

3. Alicante: Via Ferrata Hike of Callosa del Segura

Enjoy a safe climbing adventure for various experience levels on this excursion to the Callosa de Segura Via Ferrata. Feel safe accompanied by your certified guide the entire time as you climb vertical stretches and cross suspension bridges, all the while enjoying the natural landscapes around you. Choose the route best for your experience level, K3 or K5, just the first section, the family or initiation section, or the entire route if you are prepared. Along the way, aided by the best safety and climbing equipment, cross overhangs and suspension bridges, and enjoy spectacular views. Connect with nature and take photos to share with your loved ones back on solid ground.

Costa Blanca Guided Walk

4. Costa Blanca Guided Walk

Choose a between a vast range of walking routes which cater for all abilities including: Guadalest Reservoir Circuit (Easy); Sella - Relleu - Sella (Easy); Bernia (Moderate);Sanchett (Moderate); Puig Campana Circuit (Moderate); Aitana (Strenuous); Puig Campana Summit (Strenuous). Meet your guide who speaks, English, Spanish, and German. Walk through the mountains of Spain's Costa Blanca. Take in some of the most beautiful views in the world which are relatively undiscovered by tourists. On the more strenuous routes, take the opportunity to explore summits and mountain ranges that are higher than Ben Nevis. Learn a wealth of local knowledge on the Costa Blanca from your guide as you explore the natural surroundings.

Alicante: Via Ferrata Hike in Redovan

5. Alicante: Via Ferrata Hike in Redovan

Get your hiking boots as you traverse a Via Ferrata across spectacular scenery with sea and coast views. Select the desired difficulty level of your experience as you enjoy a route of more than 700 meters, graded into 2 different zones for different levels of difficulty. Try your luck hiking in the first zone, with its K2 route especially for children and families. Hike a course equipped with cables, ladders, and suspension bridges set up to ensure you can climb safely. Have peace of mind knowing you are on a route designed so that anyone, regardless of their level of experience, can enjoy it. Alternatively, challenge yourself by heading for the K4 zone. Enjoy a 330-meter long hike featuring 4 suspension bridges of wood and cable together with an adrenaline-inducing "game of the hinge". Take in views of the Vega Baja from a 42-meter suspension bridge 135 meters above the ground as you go.

Alicante: Via Ferrata del Ponoig Guided Trek and Climb

6. Alicante: Via Ferrata del Ponoig Guided Trek and Climb

Go on an adventure with a guided climb and trek of Via Ferrata, categorized as K4. Climb steep, aerial, spectacular steps with the help of a solid security cable to enjoy panoramic views of the Sierras de Aixortá. Meet your guide at the base of Via Ferrata del Ponoig and get your gear on. After donning your harness, helmet, and Ferrata kit, learn the basics of wall climbing from your guide. Once you're ready, start your journey upward. Climb straight up with the help of thick metal staples in the rock and a new security cable. As you climb, enjoy spectacular views over the Valley of Guadalest, the Sierras de Aixortá and Bernia, and the Mediterranean coast.

Alicante: Canyoning Adventure in Barranco de Cucales

7. Alicante: Canyoning Adventure in Barranco de Cucales

Discover the Barranco de Cucales on a guided canyoning adventure in the province of Alicante. Use a variety of rappels to navigate your way through the canyon, surrounded by beautiful canyon walls. Receive all the required equipment for this exhilarating outdoor activity prior to starting. Begin with an easy descent into the canyon and begin your adventure through the dry riverbed and along the canyon walls. Conquer 14 different rappels, most of them short, and the longest being 23 meters. Marvel at the beautiful scenery all around you, with the Barranco de Cucales being known as probably the most beautiful in the province. After your experience, you will receive photos of the day's adventure from your guide.

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What people are saying about Costa Blanca

Great walk to Puig Campana 1408 m and Ponoch 1181. Perfect time of the year to do this. Great guide, nice food. Windy at the tops. Use good shoes.

We did the Bernia walk and it was really beautiful with beautiful views. Our guide Kris was top notch. We had a great day thanks to her.