RA1. Upper and middle Vinalopó
The traveler accompanies the wandering and suffering spirit of the longest river in the province, the River Vinalopó River.
RA2. Lower Vinalopó and Lower Segura
The ancient struggle of man to dominate and take advantage of rivers and wetlands.
RA3. Rivers Guadalest and Algar
From the highest mountains of the province to the coast, a series of changing landscapes.
RA4. The Marsh of Pego-Oliva. Rivers Bullens and Racons
Dominated by the presence of the marsh, and with beautiful spots to rest and gorgeous beaches to enjoy the bath and the sun.
RA5. River Agres
Magical water and spring enclaves in quiet forests, that move us to another era.
RA6. Rivers Amadorio, Sella and Penáguila
The incomparable mountain range of Aitana, and the possibility of reaching unfrequented enclaves and landscapes.
RP1. Among caves and gorges
A wonderful journey through the different types of morphology created by water over time.
RP2. Grottos facing the sea
We will become pirates looking for treasure, in this case, scenic and educational treasures.
RP3. From the sky to the sea
On this route, travellers become a drop of rain that falls on the mountains.
RP4. Stone gigants
Feel small at the bottom of the column-shaped formations that look like stone gigants.
RP5. Chasms and dolinas
The highest peak in the province of Alicante offers indescribable views.
RP6. Land of gullies
On this route the intense colours of the land contrast with the intense blue of the sky.
RP7. Salt lakes and lagoons
A mixture of the blues of the sky and sea and the whites of the clouds and salt mountains.
RP8. The Salt Mountain
Visitors will understand the importance of water in general, and groundwater in particular, to everyday life.
RP9. In search of springs
Travellers will understand how aquifers catch, store and transfer water resources.
RP10. Waterfalls and backwaters
Springs, perennial water sources, entrenched gorges with breath-taking waterfalls and lagoons.
Know the Blue Routes of Alicante
The province of Alicante hides surprising places where water is a spectacle and landscapes of singular beauty sculpted by the water through the centuries. Blue Routes is a proposal for the traveller to discover these natural values and for the people of Alicante to know and enjoy better our water heritage.
A series of routes with special attention to the role of water and the hydrological and hydrogeological cycle in the province. This water wealth it is not only its water resources, but in the landscapes that water has shaped.
Water flows, together with the lands that they cross, of great geological variety and with very high presence of aquifers, confers to each one of these routes a particular charm.
Walking along these routes you may find spots unknown to most. Alicante residents themselves and visitors will enjoy the contact with nature in paths that are many times off from conventional tourist routes, and will learn about links between water and rural life.
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Blue Routes (Vol. 1)
in the Province of Alicante
Water as a show. Routes linking water spots: rivers, springs and wetlands.
Blue Routes (Vol. 2)
to Alicante’s Hydrogeological Heritage
Itineraries though landscapes carved by water: caves, gorges, gullies, waterfalls…