Alicante hides endless natural landscapes that can be visited on horseback. The Font Roja Natural Park, for example, is one of the best preserved natural spaces in the Valencian territory and from which we can enjoy a route on horseback, like the Guadalest valley, with a high landscape value. We must not miss visiting the Sierra de Aitana, also known as the roof of the Costa Blanca, or the Fuentes del Algar, which has spectacular waterfalls, springs, canals and centuries-old ditches.
Alicante also enjoys a great inland historical heritage that can be enjoyed on horseback, such as the Mountain Castles route, through which we can enter small municipalities such as Tibi, Onil, Alcoy, Agres, Alcoleja, Balones, Planes and Lorcha, and enjoy its narrow and steep streets that we can cross on horseback.
Another of the forts that protects the Alicante coastline and that we can enjoy on horseback is the Guadalest Castle, an 11th century fortress created by the Muslims and which is located on the rock in the highest part of the municipality.
The extensive tour of the fortresses in the interior of the province of Alicante and along its mountains and trails, along with the enjoyment of its gastronomic variety.