You can walk along seven kilometres of coastline to the north.
Towards the port restaurants, cafes and shops abound.
You will then find spectacular cliffs and pebble beaches.
Part of the path follows the cliffs.
This path was used by large flocks from the districts of Alcoià and the Comtat.
They came down from…
This route explores the most mountainous part of Vila Joiosa, where you can enjoy walking through one of the few pine forests near to the coast. It goes to past the distinctive El Cantal peak and along the ancient border between the kingdoms of Aragon and Castile. It is a…
The ‘camí del Peix’ or ‘Fish Way’ was a bridle path, for horses but not carts.
It was already in use 2,500 years ago.
It was used to take fresh fish up into the valleys inland.
Until 1892 fabrics and cigarette paper were brought down from Alcoy to be loaded on boats in Villajoyosa for…