The passage of the Via Augusta along the population tells us about its rich and long history. The cave paintings of the Albaroc or the castle make it the ideal destination for lovers of history. Enjoy its landscape of olive trees and carob trees next to the Natural Park of the Desert de les Palmes.
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Long Distance trails belong to the European network of trails. All of them are universally identified with red and white markings, and exceed 50 kilometres in length, running through all kinds of paths, trails, ravines, paths and tracks. Ancestral routes recovered for the enjoyment of the traveller.
Climbing the Desert de les Palmes will take us to the top of Monte San Miguel. Located at 729 meters high, in the highest place of this Natural Park, is the hermitage and the site better known as the Alto del Bartolo, name of one of the monks of the Order del Carmen.
The first artistic manifestation of humanity has one of its best exponents in Levantine lands. In particular, the province of Castellón houses a set of caves and walls with cave paintings that go back a whopping 7,000 years before Christ. Places as fascinating as the Valltorta are part of the so-called Levantine Rock Art catalogued as nothing less than World Heritage by UNESCO.
The geography in the province of Castellón, mountainous and steep, together with a temperate and mostly sunny climate throughout the year, favours climbing. One of the most practised mountain sports in the area.