Hiking Costa Blanca

Teulada-Moraira

Teulada-Moraira gives the likelihood to wander the signal-posted walks that let nature lovers to get to know the beauties of the world from a different perspective. With benign temperatures through a lot of the yr one can really take pleasure in this different activity.

1. El Cap D'Or

 (Approximate distance: 1,5 km / Estimate time:  One hour there and again)
We begin this route at the finish of the seaside of El Portet from the Hermitage San Juan Bautista most likely built on the center of the nineteenth century.
From the avenida del Portet on our left we are going to take  the calle Puerto Lápice to calle Puerto de Alcudia, on the finish of which we begin on foot. Indicators will mark the path to the watch tower.On clear days it is doable to see Moraira Bay and so far as the Peñon de Ifach, Albir; Sierra Aitana and Ibiza to make the walk nicely worthwhile.
06. Barranco de la Cala.

(Approximate distance: 4,1 km / Estimate time: 3 h and 15 min there and back)
This route runs by one of the most beautiful and putting areas of the municipality ending at the seaside of La Cala. We have now to start out this walk from Cami de la Viuda towards Calle Canario, the path then being signposted. Half way we should take the appropriate fork, the trail turning into tougher and care should be taken. A advisable various is to the left just earlier than the seaside, a steep climb to the flat plateau from which we will attain the beach of Moraig of Benitachell.

2. Font Santa

Font Santa HermitageFrom Teulada, on the principle street to Moraira, after just a few metres we can turn to the best to the Cami de les Rotgetes, that joins on Camí de la Sisca.
This peaceable route will take us eventually again to the main road, however simply earlier than crossing the highway a small fountain with its previous watering place will probably be showed, its "la Font de la Jana" .Here, based on folklore, on the evening of twenty third of June appeared a mysterious fairy, " La Joanaina ", who granted wishes in trade for carrying her on our shoulders, the one condition being to not turn to have a look at her. This legend possibly originated in pagan traditions of old times.
From there we will have to cross the street  to succeed in La Font Santa. This fountain owes its miraculous origin to the hand of Saint Vicente Ferrer, who brought forth drinking water for the first time to relieve the thirst of his sister Constanza. Be there drought or heavy rain, water all the time flows. This pecularity has made it a degree of pilgrimage. An hermitage dated on the 19th century is hooked up to the fountain in addition to the the hermit's dwelling, of the identical period, the place till recently a family lived. This family was in command of looking after the hermitage and fountain.A popular festivity is held there, yearly,  the second week of July .

3. Castellons

Calle Calvo Sotelo will take us to the camino dels Castellons. We move the Moli del Castellons, close to a small wooden of pine timber, one of many five remaining windmills on this area.
We head to the urbanisation Castellons Vida, the highest point of our walk, offering spectacular views from the terraces which step down all the way in which to the ocean

4. Benimeit

From Teulada, along the Camino del Pas, we are able to enjoy a pleasant drive or stroll on foot discovering the architectural traits of this region, the Marina Alta, the riuraus in addition to the superbly constructed bancales or terraces that used to be cultivated to supply the principle wealth of the area, wine and almonds.
The typical rural hous are likely to have a rectangular flooring plan and a doublepitched roof. There's also a corral and a coated patio, a properly or cistern, an oven for baking bread, and the Riu-rau, whichin earlier instances was used as a means of safety from the inclement weather through the grape scalding to make raisins.
Right here, trying to the north-east we will see the villages of Benitachell and Jávea, with the Montgo and the Mediterranean in the background. On arriving at calle Benimarfull, we're amazed to find a plateau that opens up among the finest views of the area. To the suitable along calle Benigànim, also affords us nice views.By way of camino Fanadix in the direction of the sea we arrive at Cala Andrago.

5. La Font de L'Horta y Benimarco

Starting from Avenida de Mediterráneo, by way of the camino de San Miguel, we are going to move the Creueta de l' Ave Maria ( a cast iron cross with an inscription in ceramic). The cross indicates the spot where , in line with custom, St Vicente Ferrer halted and blessed the realm to prevent the plague and the wrath of pirates from overcoming the inhabitants .
Taking the lane to the proper, we are going to come to the Font de L'Horta with its two water retailers and a small watering place. This fountain is way ejoyed because of its tranquility and natural beauty.
From there  we continue on the Cami del Boticari, beginning behind this font. On arriving on the Cami del Pouet del Moro, we turn to the fitting passing in front of the properly which dates again to the center ages, until we reach the street to Benimarco, which is a typical rural hamlet shared by both Teulada and Benisa. Alongside this stroll we are going to see many worksheds, typical of this region.
We finish up our tour within the square where the hermitage of Sant Jaume lies. The architectural traits of the constructing, with a single nave, are similar to these  of teh so-known as "conquest" churches. In the sq., there is a good balcony with a fantastic view from the sea.
To return again to Teulada through Camí de Sant Miquel. In that case we have now to stroll by way of Camí de Buseit, which starts by the hermitage and finishes on the urbanisation "La Coma dels Frares, where we marvel at the fantastic thing about the countryside.