Calles is a picturesque town situated at 60 kilometres from Valencia. It is crossed by two rivers: the Turia and the Chelva or Tuéjar. The original settlement of Calles, rises up on a rock, which is elevated some metres over the bottom of the valley, characterised by its street layout full of twists and turns, reminiscent of the Moors, and which still retains a good part of its traditional appearance. In the municipal district itself one can find one of the main Roman remains of the Region of Valencia: the Aqueduct of Peña Cortada. Calles is a magnificent place in which to rest throughout the whole year and to enjoy the peace and tranquillity that this mountain town has to offer.
How to get here:To reach the town of Calles leave Valencia along the CV- 35, more commonly known as the Ademuz Road. The distance between the two urban centres is some 67 kilometres.
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The province of València has a multitude of attractions to enjoy throughout the year.
The mountain range of València offers natural wealth and beautiful landscapes such as Serranía del Turia or as it is commonly known: Los Serranos
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.