The Costa Blanca offers excellent infrastructure for hiking: it has hundreds kilometers
of certified trails. Trails that peek at the sea from cliffs and trails that delve into the
loneliest and most remote landscapes in a surprisingly mountainous region.
Offer ranging from long range (LR) trails that allow you to carry out interesting hikes
of over a day, to short range (SR) and local trails (LT). They all allow you to discover
the natural and cultural heritage of the region at your own pace.
A DOZEN NATURAL PARKS ARE LOCATED THROUGHOUT THE PROVINCE,
MARKED BY UNIQUE VALLEYS AND MOUNTAINS
Sierra de Mariola, Font Roja, Marjal Pego-Oliva, Peñón de Ifach, Sierra Helada,
Montgó, the lagoond of La Mata and Torrevieja... These are just some of the ten
natural parks located in the Costa Blanca, providing the region with unique and
varied landscapes with certain peculiarities that are guaranteed to surprise visitors,
such as its archaeological heritage, which includes cave paintings and Iberian and
Roman archaeological remains.
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