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Precio: 9€

Declared Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity, the art of dry-stone building is an example of a balanced relationship between man and nature.

In different sizes and shapes, dry-stone huts are still used by farmers and shepherds, a living example of the importance of the primary sector in our territory.

These buildings do not use any kind of binder, but are simply made of stones assembled one on top of the other.

The almond tree fields that bloom after the winter lethargy temporarily fill with colour a route where walkers can enjoy the best panoramic views of the municipality.

This route can also be done with a birding guide from the Valencian Community. Consult prices

Recommendations: hiking clothes and footwear. Water, sunglasses and sun protection.

See the route on Wikiloc with the link below

# Availability
All year
# Services included
Includes: guided tour and tasting of local produce.
Includes: guided tour and tasting of local produce.
More information

Up to 12 years old: 0€/ From 13 to 16 years old: 7€/ From 17 years old: 9€/ Se-nior citizens: 7€/ Family pass: 25€.


On demand