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L'Hospitalet de l'Infant - Sant Roc Chapel

Ascent to the hermitage of Sant Roc, located at the top of the mountains of the Mestral range, from where we can enjoy wonderful views of the municipality and its coast. Avoid the hottest hours in summer and take water with you.

L'Hospitalet de l'Infant - Vandellòs

This route allows us to capture the great contrast between the mountains and the coast, a contrast that is evident in just under 13 km. Another of the attractions of the route is also the passage and the possibility of stopping at two of the inland villages that form part of Vandellòs and L'Hospitalet de l'Infant, such as Masboquera and Masriudoms.

L'Hospitalet de l'Infant - Els Corralets

The dry stone margins, which allowed the farmers to smooth the slopes of the hillsides, and the centuries-old ruins of the corrals are part of the landscape of this part of the Mediterranean, something that is very present throughout the route.

Jonquet coastal path

The Jonquet coastal path, classified as a Blue Trail, is a low-difficulty nature trail that links two blue flag beaches, Arenal and Torn, and which has been compacted over the years.

L'Hospitalet de l'Infant - La Rojala - Torn

We start the route at the Nautical Base located on the Arenal promenade, following the GR-92 signs to the Templo del Sol campsite. After the campsite, we take the Ronda road to the mountain of La Rojala, considered a Protected Natural Area. Once we reach the viewpoint, we highlight the impressive views of the Torn beach and L'Hospitalet de l'Infant. When you reach the car park at Cala Jostell, continue in this direction following the Ronda path and the yellow dots.

L'Hospitalet de l'Infant - Llèria Ravine

A route with a significant difference in altitude that crosses the wonderful landscape of Torn, with its secluded coves. It ascends the dry Llèria ravine, climbs the Molló Puntaire and crosses the Aiguacoll ravine, a paradise for via ferratas.

L'Hospitalet de l'Infant - La Porrassa

The ‘La Porrassa’ route runs through pleasant terrain, without too much of an unevenness. It is a good walk that invites us to get to know the flatter part of the foothills of the mountains, where a number of ravines lead to.


Through these itineraries, snorkelling enthusiasts can observe the most characteristic species of Posidonia, a plant considered by the European Union as a priority habitat for protection, as well as sandy and rocky seabeds where a large number of plants and animals can be found, such as sea anemones, spirographs, budions, red starfish, sea cucumbers, sea urchins, sea bream, etc.

The routes are located on the Arenal beach next to the port, in Bea cove and on Almadrava beach. On these routes, in summer, underwater panels are installed, marked with a coloured buoy, where there is information and photographs of the most characteristic species of the seabed, so that, with their goggles and snorkel, they can identify them freely.

See the Snorkel Beach brochure for more information.



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