If the Region of Valencia is distinguished for something, it is because of its vast natural heritage and its diversity. There are more than twenty natural parks including islands, coastal mountain ranges, wetlands ... An endless number of places to stroll, practice sports or relax. You pick!
From north to south, the interior mountain range holds an immense natural wealth where the most varied vegetation contrasts with high and arid spaces ideal for hiking. The Serra d'Espadà or the Sot de Chera, in the provinces of Castellón and Valencia, or the Serra de Mariola in Alicante, are three examples of the heterogeneity that you can enjoy. The Natural Reserve and Marina of the Illes Columbretes, in the province of Castellón, the Salinas de Santa Pola, the Mata and Torrevieja, and the Albufera de València Natural Park are just a sample of the impressive natural route we can enjoy. Which natural park do you want to start with?
If you think of the Costa Blanca, an image full of light will surely come to mind. But when night falls and the sky dyes reddish, the Levantine coast becomes one of the most beautiful and memorable pictures of your passage through the Mediterranean.
The Natural Park of Carrascal de la Font Roja is, without a doubt, one of the most beautiful landscapes in the entire Region of Valencia. Here, across its 2,200 hectares, you can enjoy hiking trails, pure nature, and some surprises.
With an area of more than 350 hectares, the Clot de Galvany stands as one of the natural parks the longest tradition in the Region of Valéncia. Ideal for visiting with your family or friends and enjoying watching wading birds such as the duck or the grey marbled teal.