Hiking Through the White Villages of the Serranía de València
The Serranía de Turia, commonly known as La Serranía, is considered one of the most beautiful in the Region of Valencia for hiking. It is also famous for its natural spas.
There are many official hiking trails to explore the Serranía de València. The fascinating thing about these routes is that you walk through small villages filled with white houses as if they belonged to the stories of J. R. R. Tolkien. Some of the towns that you can discover through these hiking routes are Chulilla, Chelva, Alcublas, Bugarra, Aras de los Olmos, Pedralba, Andilla or Higueruelas. The PR CV105 trail is one of the most interesting, as it is also known as El Sendero de los Oficios Tradicionales. The walk takes you through areas that are now in ruins but that once allowed potters to create unique works of art in their time. The PR Trail CV105 belongs to the town of Alcublas. Another route is Coto Escolaren Bugarra. It is considered a route of low difficulty and quite simple, part of its path is made of asphalt. Keep in mind that there are no water fountains or shadows along the journey that lasts a little over two hours. A route that will leave you speechless is one of the hanging bridges in Chulilla. Also known as Ruta de los Calderones or Senda de los Pantaneros. It is a tour between the Turia canyons. In it, you will have to go through two suspension bridges. Around this environment, there are many other hiking routes of different levels. If this year you have proposed to practice sports and spend time in nature, there are plenty of routes to take in the Serranía de València.