< Terug naar resultaten

Internationale groepsreis Sierra de Aitana Trek

Beautiful off-season walking through rugged Spanish mountain landscapes
8 dagen vanaf € 1.249,- (excl. vlucht)

Food

  • All breakfasts, 5 lunches and 6 dinners (plus local wine with dinner) are included. * Breakfast:* Continental style - local fruit, bread, cakes, tea and coffee. *Lunch:* Picnic lunches will usually consist of bread rolls with cheese and salad/meat, fruit, and muesli bars, biscuits or nuts. Our local guide usually also provides some snacks such as pickled olives, chocolates and dried figs. *Evening Meal:* As the main meal of the day, we enjoy a large variety of local cuisine including espencat, minxos (small pancakes) and oven-baked rice. Most of the food is freshly prepared from locally grown seasonal produce, and the pension produce their own olive oil. A reasonable amount of local wine is provided with the evening meal but additional beverages are not included. Please note should flights change to arrive earlier, or depart later, additional meals are not included. Please also note that no refund will be given for meals not taken or taken other than where designated. Vegetarians are well catered for given prior notice, and most other dietary requirements can also be accommodated as long as you let us know in advance (at the time of booking). Mealtimes in Spain are later than in many other countries; dinner is usually taken between 20:00 and 21.30.

Activities

  • Walking & Trekking
  • Centre-Based
  • Food

    • All breakfasts, 5 lunches and 6 dinners (plus local wine with dinner) are included. * Breakfast:* Continental style - local fruit, fresh orange juice, different types of bread, cakes, cheese, ham or bacon, tea and coffee. *Lunch:* Picnic lunches will usually consist of bread rolls with cheese and salad/meat, fruit, and muesli bars, biscuits or nuts. Our local guide usually also provides some snacks such as pickled olives, chocolates and dried figs. *Evening Meal:* As the main meal of the day, we enjoy a large variety of local cuisine including espencat, minxos (small pancakes) and oven-baked rice. Most of the food is freshly prepared from locally grown seasonal produce, and the pension produce their own olive oil. A reasonable amount of local wine is provided with the evening meal but additional beverages are not included. Please note should flights change to arrive earlier, or depart later, additional meals are not included. Please also note that no refund will be given for meals not taken or taken other than where designated. Vegetarians, vegan and gluten free are well catered for given prior notice, and most other dietary requirements can also be accommodated as long as you let us know in advance (at the time of booking). Mealtimes in Spain are later than in many other countries; dinner is usually taken between 20:00 and 21.30.
    Download trip notes
    8 dagen vanaf € 1.249,-

Route 8 daagse groepsrondreis Sierra de Aitana Trek

Although close to the Costa Blanca, the dramatic massif of Sierra de Aitana has remained a secret from all but a few discerning visitors. We follow traditional footpaths and mule tracks, mostly along ridge lines, giving us spectacular panoramic vistas, and then descend to beautiful valleys with natural springs, fantastic limestone amphitheatres, and where castles dot distant hilltops. The rocky peaks and steep valleys which sweep down to the Mediterranean coast, benefit from the privilege of a warm climate for over 300 days of the year, making it an ideal location for out-of-season walking.   *Temporary changes due to COVID-security measures. * *Last updated: 21/08/20*   At Exodus we acknowledge our responsibility to have the most up-to-date information on anything that will affect our customers on holiday, and to communicate this to our customers as effectively as possible. Our general global COVID security measures are described in our Travel">https://www.exodus.co.uk/travel-safety-charter">Travel Safety Charter, and changes will be made to these measures as required by the global pandemic situation. However, we also expect there to be requirements, measures and sometimes itinerary changes that apply to certain trips only, and may well be temporary measures. We have highlighted all known changes in the section below.   *Entry requirements. * Visitors from the United States are not currently permitted entry to Spain. There are */no known changes/* to entry requirements for visitors from the UK that may affect you joining this trip. For all trips, having the correct documentation and visa, if required, remains the customer’s responsibility based on their own nationality. We therefore encourage all travellers to check entry requirements using the travel advice of their home nation for the relevant destination. For UK passport holders that is https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice   In">https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice">https://www.gov.uk/foreign-tra... order to meet the new immigration requirements for Spain you should note the following: * Before travelling, you must fill in an FCS health control form (visit www.spth.gob.es ">http://www.spth.gob.es/">www.spth.gob.es) declaring if you have experienced symptoms of/have been diagnosed with COVID-19 in the past 14 days, or if you have had close contact with a confirmed case in the past 14 days. You will receive a QR code by email that you will have to show (on paper or a mobile device) at the airport health control. * At the airport, you will be required to take a temperature test and undergo a visual health assessment.   *Local COVID restrictions* Local regulations or guidelines in Spain require visitors to: * Wear non-medical face coverings in public areas when social distancing is not possible * Maintain social distancing where possible, at a standard distance of 1.5 metres   Visitors should note that certain restrictions are in place for restaurants, shops and tourist attractions, such as limiting visitor numbers, mandatory use of face coverings, additional hand washing facilities and one-way systems.   *Itinerary changes* There are no changes planned to your itinerary. Your leader will reconfirm the latest local government advice and requirements on arrival.  

  1. Dag 1 - Start Benimantell village.
  2. Dag 2 - An enchanting walk passing the limestone needles of Penya Roc before walking through El Salt down to Collado Papatxi.
  3. Dag 3 - Walk up Peña del Rastrell for fantastic views over Guadalest Valley.
  4. Dag 4 - Climb Serrella Peak for vistas of the Aitana Range; descend via a magnificent gorge to Beniarda; visit a local olive oil factory.
  5. Dag 5 - Free day; chance to head to the beach at colourful Villajoyosa or visit a chocolate factory.
  6. Dag 6 - Summit Puig Campana (1410m) for panoramic views to the Costa Blanca and across the region.
  7. Dag 7 - Spectacular walk along the dramatic Simas Limestone Fissures; option to scale Aitana Peak.
  8. Dag 8 - End Benimantell village.
Bekijk reisroute

Naar boven