Five signposted trails through the Las Hoces del Cabriel Natural Park in the Valencian hinterland now pro vides visitors with five trails that have recently been marked out by the Generalitat (Valencian regional government). The five tralls are: the 2.2km Mirador de Peñas Blancas trail; the 16km Villargordo del
Cabriel—Puente Vadocañas trail; the 17.5km Isidros—Caballeros trail; the 23.5km Venta del Moro—Puente de Vadocañas trail and the 10.5 km Casas del Río—Caballeros trail.
Given the sheersize of the natural park, which occupies over 31,000 hectares, the regional government’s Department for the Environment, Water, Planning and Housing has attempted to cover the whole of the protected area by way of these five trails, which have been designed in
accordance with strict conservation criteria. Similarly, alt of the routes follow farming trails and forestry tracks in order to minimise their impact on the local flora and fauna.
Thanks to these trails, visitors can marvel at such cultural elements as a mediaeval bridge or a waterwheel on the rl ver, and they can enjoy rest areas, lookouts and specially created parking areas from where they can bm other short- and long-distance trails that have officially been recognised by the Federation for Mountaíneering and Climbing in the Region of Valencia.
Bach of the towns within the natural park contains a milestone marking the start of a trail and providing all the necessary information on its route.
Ruta Fuente de la oliva
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