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Explore the beautiful surrounding countryside on one of these guided mountain walks.

The surrounding area of Benidorm is extremely popular with hikers and climbers, so these guided mountain routes will show you another side to the area, away from the coast, and teach you some of the fascinating history of the area which has been populated by Greeks, Romans, Moors and Christians.

There are six guided Mountain routes, designed for all fitness levels with varying durations from 3 to 6 hours. All mountain walks take place in the morning, they are organized in small groups of no more than 7 people and are priced at 25€ per person. Walks are taken a leisurely pace for your enjoyment, with brief explanations of the history, wildlife and general information on the area.

There are programmed rest stops and a break for lunch. Free transport to and from the event is included, picking up from Albir, Benidorm, L' Alfas del Pi,  La Cala and the surrounding area.

Booking is easy, you can book on line from our web site or call into our office in the Calle Gerona 48 , 03503 Benidorm.

The three most popular routes are:

The Sella Mule Pass, which takes you to the beautiful town of Sella, a popular area for rock climbers with bolted climbing routes. Surrounded by pine forests, this beautiful route takes you past some of these impressive limestone rock faces frequented by climbers, then along a steep path with a rock face on either side, which was once used as a mule path.  Every Tuesday morning, route takes approximately 3 + hours. Sierra bernia1

The Sierra Bernia Fort Walk covers the iconic Sierra Beria ridge located behind Altea. The walk includes a visit to a fort, constructed in 1526 under the reign of Felipe II and used as a look out post against Berber pirate attacks. With an altitude of 803 metres it was easy to guard the coast line from the Cape La Nao in Javea right up to the Port of Alicante.

You can also marvel at nature’s work when you discover the tunnel eroded over time into the rock. The views are impressive, you can see the sea, the Sierra Helada mountain, Altea and Benidorm and on a clear day you can even see Ibiza.  Every Monday, Thursday and Saturday morning, the route takes approximately 3 - 3:30 hours.

The Guadalest Reservoir Circuit is another beautiful easy paced walk which starts at the dam. There are amazing views of the valley, the River Guadalest and of the Moorish village perched on a hill top and steeped in history.   Guadalest has survived earthquakes and bombs to earn the classification of a Historic and Artistic Monument. Every Wednesday, Friday and Sunday morning, route takes approximately 3 + hours.guadalest reservoir3

The other routes are more challenging ranging from 4 to 6 hours long and include:

Puig Campana is the second highest mountain on the Costa Blanca after the Sierra Aitana which sits just behind it. This route is a “must do” , with breathtaking scenery and natural fountains..   The trail takes you from the Font Moli in Finestrat, around the base of the Puig Campana mountain, then up to the summit and back down again.   Nature at its best!  

El Castellet to Finestrat and the Font Moli walk starts from El Castellet, close to the village of Polop and winds through the valley with spectacular views along the route! The circuit continues on to the Puig Campana and then Finestrat. This walk will not disappoint you!

The Sierra Gelada Nature Park walk begins in Albir, spectacular cliffs and the beauty of the blue Mediterranean sea accompany you on one side along the route and the villages of Benidorm, Altea & Albir on the other.   Classified as a Nature Reserve in 2005, the trail takes you along the ridge, past ochre mines and fossilized sand dunes, through the nature reserve up to the cross in Benidorm.   This route is very popular with tourist because of its easy access and the spectular views from the cross.

We recommend that all walkers wear hiking boots or strong trainers for the routes, that you take at least 2 liters of water per person to stay hydrated and a packed lunch. We also advise you to wear appropriate clothing depending on the season and weather conditions.

 The beauty of the surrounding Benidorm area can be enjoyed by all. Join us !

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