Agriculture, fishing or livestock allow exciting tourist activities for all public in the Region of Valencia. It is always a good time to practice agrotourism!

The agrotourism is a tourist modality that provides direct contact with the traditional agrarian world in a rural environment. It includes activities that allow us to discover millenary professions while getting to know also about raw materials. Therefore, we can become a beekeeper for a day, participate in the elaboration of traditional cheeses, look for truffles or embark on fishing with the sailors in a fishing boat, among others.

We will visit the cork landscape in the Serra d'Espadà, an authentic Mediterranean forest of cork oaks. And also the Valencian orchard, wherein small family plots traditionally grow fruits and vegetables; We will even learn to make the natural drink (made out of tiger nuts) horchata. And the day of agrotourism will end by participating in a citrus tasting! 

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