Earlier this summer I decided to take a tour of this natural area which is mostly populated with oaks and pines and the foot of the mountain is usually dominated by fields sown with wheat. This natural setting is perfect for hiking.
It rises from the province of Valencia and the Alicante towns of Alcoy, Cocentaina, Banyeres de Mariola, Alfafara, Muro and Agres covering an area of 17,257 hectares. On our journey we found snow pits, one of the most impressive yew forests in Europe and the third highest mountain in Alicante, El Pico del Montcabrer (1,389 m). To enjoy the beauty and diversity of the various routes park your vehicle and go on foot or by bicycle. The park has approved camping areas.