Enveloped in beautiful scenery, Navajas is a small destination that lends itself to adventure. Come and experience everything it has to offer.
Located in the province of Castellón, Navajas is a place where you can embark on adventures in spectacular scenery and enjoy all sorts of different experiences in the pretty village. Discover everything you can get up to here.
What to see in Navajas
Navajas is all about scenery and nature, offering you plenty of opportunities to go hiking and cycling, and get active in the great outdoors. Your list of must-visits should include Altomira, La bora de las Peñas, an area where the waters of the river Palancia have sculpted a beautiful landscape over many centuries and where important archaeological sites have been found, La Esperanza spring, El Regajo reservoir, El Paraíso viewing point, Tío Juan waterfall and Salto de la Novia waterfall.
Salto de la Novia in Navajas draws in visitors all year round. It’s the perfect spot for a romantic picnic and an ideal end to a hiking or cycling trail - such as Via Verde de Ojos Negros - offering refreshing waters where you can cool off.
The scenery surrounding the town is home to plenty of fountains providing quality water and creating beautiful landscapes. We’d like to mention Fuente del Baño, Fuente de Rafal, Fuenta la Teja and Fuente de la Gilda, among many others. The waters of the river Palancia are a great place to do exciting activities such as kayaking.
Back in the historic centre, we’d recommend visiting the beautiful centennial elm tree that sits amid 19th century villas, built by bourgeois families who used to summer in Navajas.
Coincide your visit with Fiestas de San Antón in January, savour inland products such as wine and attend the emotional Encuentro procession on Easter Sunday. On San Vicente Monday, after Easter, there is a traditional pilgrimage and in September Navajas is overrun by festivities for the town’s patron saint. Choose what time of the year you fancy visiting and start planning your trip to this beautiful place sitting on the foothills of Sierra de Espadán.
How to get here:
The N-234 has direct access to Navajas, which can also be reached by train on the C5 line.