MTB Centres in the Region of Valencia

MTB Centres in the Region of Valencia

In the Region of Valencia, you have an extensive list of routes for mountain biking, riding on the bicycle towards dreamy spaces and tourism while practising your favourite sport.

There is such a quantity of cycle-routes crossing the Region of Valencia that you must reserve days to travel them all. The greenways will take you through paths covered in nature and history, as they are old railway tracks surrounded by viaducts, orange trees, salt lakes and an environment that can be enjoyed by young and old alike. To this, we must add kilometres of cycle-routes, marked with the acronym CR. These are itineraries suitable for bicycles and hiking, which establish a connection between nearby towns and that will allow you to know the territory on wheels.

If you prefer mountain, a network of 136 routes and more than 4,000 kilometres are at your disposal for the practice of BTT. They are spread over 4 levels ranging from higher to lower difficulty to adapt to all levels.

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Alacant/Alicante
Castelló/Castellón
València
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Sant Mateu or San Mateo is the historic capital of the region of Bajo Maestrazgo, a municipality steeped in history. Find out more on this little guide.
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The Region of Valencia is an exciting destination for sports lovers. Cyclists, hikers or swimmers choose the Mediterranean coast to practice their favourite sports. If you also like active tourism, pay attention to these three activities that we propose.
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In the inland areas of the province of Alicante, we find the Guadalest Valley, surrounded by the mountains of Aitana, Serrella, and Xortá that frame its reservoir. A unique place where you can find 1500 species of plants and several species of birds such as Bonelli's eagles, sparrowhawks, or hawks.
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To the north of the province of València stands the course of a small river, Barranc del Carraixet, ideal for an exciting route on foot or by bicycle around its bed, alone or with other people, whatever you prefer. From Gátova to Alboraia we also learn some history. Since the Llibre dels Fets de Jaume I calls it Dry River and mentions it during the battle of Puig.

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