Valencia Walking

Discover the beautiful Valencian countryside with our illustrated self-guided walks.

Based just 5kms from the cosmopolitan city of Gandia and a choice of 17 sandy beaches, your accommodation will be a traditional Valencian townhouse (sleeping 4 people) in the quaint historic part of Palma de Gandia.

Approached by the A7 Toll road from either Valencia (65km) or Alicante (116km) Palma de Gandia is known locally as "Palma".  The small pueblo nestles under the Safor mountains and is almost surrounded by orange groves that stretch down to the sea.

Palma and Gandia city (5kms) are well placed to explore the mountains and quaint towns in the Valencia and Alicante Province and the main National and Nature Parks within these areas.  Albaida has an abundance of interesting historical walks with medieval towns to explore

Our Self Guided Walks offer you flexibility - you can choose how much walking or sightseeing you want to do. If you wish to have a complete rest there are 17km of sandy beaches nearby.

You will discover rugged limestone ridges, peaks and pinnicles. Deep gorges where below, rivers ripple in the sun and soft sandstone ranges reeal hidden caves. Other walks will take you into fertile valleys, rice fields, orange, almond and olive groves.

The history of Spain will unfold before your eyes: pre-historic caves, snow wells (neveras), medieval forts, deserted mills and towns and Arab castles. Our self guided walks will allow you the unique opportunity to explore these landscapes and experience the Spain long forgotten. You will not be disappointed.