The upper reaches of the Palancia river

The upper reaches of the Palancia  river

From the monumental town of Segorbe, a number of scenic areas can be visited along the upper reaches of the Palancia river. The tall El Toro mountains are spurs of the neighbouring Javalambre sierra covered by vegetation adapted to the harsh climatic conditions: black pines, incense or Spanish junipers, and savins. The narrow gorge hiding the source of the river Palancia and the Resinero ravine are accessible from the town of Bejís. The villages of Canales and Sacañet stand at the foot of the Bellida summit (1,319m), guarding the remains of 50 caves, or potholes, once used for storing snow before bringing it down to the city of Valencia and the surrounding L'Horta district.

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    • Type: Otros espacios

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