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Rural tourism in Valencia

Although sunshine and seaside attract millions of visitors to Valencia, these are not the only things that characterise this city. More and more tourists are choosing to enjoy the charm of the inland by spending their holidays in rural accommodation in order to enjoy nature. Valencia offers many possibilities in this regard as per the following: 

The Sierra Calderona is a natural terrain located between Turia and Palancia river banks and is a perfect place to plan excursions through the trails that cross the mountains, visiting monuments such as Portaceli's Cartuja in Serra and El Franciscan convent of Santo Espíritu, from the town of Gilet. The visitor should not miss a tour through the streets of cities such as Sagunt, Bétera and Llíria.

In the region of Plana de Requena-Utiel manifests the wine tradition of Valencia. The festivals of the Vendimia, the Wine Route or Ruta del Vino and places as emblematic as the Wine Museum of Requena attest to that tradition, without forgetting the natural surroundings of places such as the Buseo reservoir or the routes through the pine forests of Sinarcas or Chera.

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Photo: © Rafa Esteve

Rural tourism in all its splendour is what we can enjoy in a natural place such as the region of the Hoya de Buñol. This region is home to mountains such as Martés and Malacara, places of great ecological value such as the Moratillas and unique settings such as the Turche cave and the ravine of Carcalín. In the very centre of the region stands the town of Buñol, with a highly interesting monumental heritage.

In the region of Vall d'Albaida we can find one of the towns unanimously considered as one of the most beautiful of all in the Valencian community, Bocairent. This town is sheltered from its nearby Sierra de Mariola. The historical centre of Boicarent, with its unique hive, offering multiple corners to lose yourself in and savour the aroma of the past. We can not leave behind the natural spectacle of the Vinalopó and Clariano rivers, nor the popular Covetes dels Moros, dug in the middle of the rock.

Chelva is a village with only 1,500 inhabitants, but with a very rich and varied past. Located in the region of Los Serranos, the vestiges of the Azoque Jewish quarter Azoque are preserved as well as the Arrabal and the Arab district of Benacacira which has many attractions for tourists. There are also other rural destinations such as Peña Cortada and the Ruta del Agua, bordering the banks of the river Chelva.

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