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Number of Reviews: 55 Overall score: *****
Serella Ridge overlooking Guadalest Valley
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Sierra de Aitana Trek

Sierra de Aitana Trek

5
Great trip to a beautiful and interesting area. The fragrant wild flowers (in June) were an added treat. Probably not considered a headline destination but shouldn't be missed. The local accommodation was clean, comfortable and hospitable and situated near two lovely villages.
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Serella Ridge overlooking Guadalest Valley
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Sierra de Aitana Trek

Sierra d'Aitana

4
A really good trip in a part of Europe that it would be very easy to miss / ignore. A nice hotel with good food and wine supplied with dinner. Extraordinary G&Ts. The hills are not as high as others or as epic, but they are beautiful and amazingly green. The huge variety of plant life was staggering, and I've never had a walk smell so much like a herb garden. Good week for re-charging batteries after a busy start to the year.
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Serella Ridge overlooking Guadalest Valley
***** Written
Sierra de Aitana Trek

Sierra de Aitana

5
Great walking - shame about the rain and snow (in April!) but the guides made the right decision about curtailing and altering walks where the climbs would have been dangerous in wet weather. If you want to get away from it all this is the place to be. Most days we saw no one else walking. This is an unexplored area of Spain.
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Serella Ridge overlooking Guadalest Valley
***** Written
Sierra de Aitana Trek

Fabulous Trip

5
I had a fantastic time in Spain because I was traveling with amazing people.Both houses,where we stayed were great.I will never forget meals in Roc House in Sella,cooked and served by Steve and his wonderful wife.The food was outstanding.
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Serella Ridge overlooking Guadalest Valley
***** Written
Sierra de Aitana Trek

Wonderful hike with great views

5
The Sierra De Aitana is predominately limestone, so there is lots of loose rock underfoot. The walking is not too tough if you are fit, have a head for heights, are careful with your footing and can manage as much downhill as uphill. For the rest the views & mountain summits and ridge walk are breath taking and worth every step you take. The history of the area with terracing farmlands & the plight of the people is extremely interesting.
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