Rural locations and routes
All these places are 15/20 minutes from Algimia de Alfara
Garbí is a mountain 593 meters above sea level located in the Serra Calderona's eastern part, a short distance from the Mediterranean Sea, between the municipalities of Estivella, Segart and Albalat dels Tarongers, in the Camp de Morvedre region (Valencia). In this place the palm hearts and strawberry trees stand out, and its most visited corner is the well-known "Mirador del Garbí".
One of the accesses from Segart is a variant of the GR 10. On the CV 329 road the marked path begins that goes up a ravine and reaches the foot of the Garbí channel, a channel equipped with chains, in at least 5 sections, for facilitating climbing in the most vertical and difficult steps. It is not suitable for people with vertigo and with water, it can be dangerous. Above the canal we find the path to the right that will lead to the Garbí hermitage and viewpoint.
Ojos Negros Greenway
The Ojos Negros Greenway in its Valencian section from Barracas (Castellón) to Algimia de Alfara and Torres - Torres (Valencia), has been undertaken by the Generalitat Valenciana. It should be noted that the original mileage of the mining route has been respected, with the idea of preserving the historical and most important: with the anticipation that in the near future there is a kilometer unit between both sections with a distance of almost 200 km. Thus, km 0 will be in the mines of Ojos Negros (Teruel) and km 203 in the Port of Sagunto. Currently, in addition to the section described here, there are another 92 km through Teruel lands to the town of Santa Eulalia, which makes it the longest Greenway in Spain with 162 continuous km.
Grottoes of San José
The San José caves are located in the natural area of the same name, they are a system of natural caves located in the municipality of Vall de Uxó (Castellón) Spain.
The cavity represents an active upwelling developed in limestone during the Middle Triassic period, but despite multiple visits by speleologists, the origins of the river and the end of the cave are still unknown. Grotto whose temperature remains constant at 20 ºC inside the cave throughout the year, and with its 2,750 meters of current length, it represents the longest cavity in the province of Castellón and the 2nd in the Valencian Community. It is the longest navigable underground river in Europe
Arab Baths of Torres Torres
The Torres Torres Arab baths were declared a National Monument in 1938, and it is one of the three that are still preserved in Spain. In these baths, restoration work has been undertaken in order to make them open to the public. The first documented reference to the baths is from 1555, when the baths would surely no longer be used as such. The building corresponds to the typical Arab bath scheme (hammam), which on the other hand inherits in essence the formal structure of the Roman baths, adapting them to their peculiar needs and their social sense of religious practice.
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Canet d'En Berenguer's Beach
Canet beach takes up 1,250 meters of coastline by 80 meters wide (100,000 square meters). It is one of the most spectacular beaches in the Valencian Community since it has all the incentives that a beach needs. On the one hand, its sand is fine and soft and on the other, through its crystal clear waters you can see the bottom of the sea clearly. It also has an attractive dune chain where many tourists take the opportunity to take a spectacular snapshot. Likewise, the entire beach is bordered by a large promenade that you can walk from one end to the other.
Throughout the year, this beach is maintained with care. Samples of the water are made, the sand is aerated with specialized machinery, among other services. Therefore, aware of this reality, Canet d'en Berenguer beach has the "Blue Flag" award year after year, as well as the implementation of the UNE – EN ISO 9001 Quality, UNE-EN ISO certifications. 14001 Environment, UNE 170001 Accessibility, Q for Tourist Quality. In this way, Canet beach is among the 40 best in Spain.
Bride's Jump (Navajas)
Bride's jump is a place of great beauty and where we can contemplate the spectacular Brazal waterfall which has 60 m high that pours its waters in a beautiful place where the capricious forms that erosion has caused by mountains and riverbeds meet, with the predominant green of nature.
Within the natural setting of “Salto de la Novia”, in front of the Waterfall, you can see Mount Rascaña and inside the enigmatic "Cueva del Reloj", which owes its name to the pointed stone that we can find on its door and whose projection thanks to The sun's rays signaled the time to the farmers who worked their fields in front of her.
Sagunto Castle is a fortress located at the top of the hill that protects the city of Sagunto, declared a National Monument in 1931.
It is located on a hill, the last spur of the Sierra Calderona, having a length close to one kilometre. The perimeter of the current Islamic fortress does not coincide with the limits of the Iberian and Roman settlement, since on the South and East slopes there are vestiges of Roman constructions, and to the West remains of the Iberian wall. At present it is surrounded by walls of different periods and styles, with Iberian, Roman, medieval and modern remains from the different cultures that settled in it during its two-thousand-year existence.