martes, 15 de enero de 2013

Ecotours: rivers and streams, and a new path to Mediterranean Sea

Our specialist guide for adventurers and group biking tours offers you today a reflection and a proposal about southern Valencia (Spain). It is a simple route through wich you can explore in some three hours a special landscape during winter and springtime seasons.
This is the map of the route
where the river Júcar / Xúquer flows out to the sea along the citrus fields of Valencia beside the Natural Ressource of Albufera Lake.
The route allows
you to visit magnificent villages at the foot of the mountains such as Corbera or Alcira, and to visit but chose to visit riverbank towns as Polinyà del Júcar, Riola and Fortaleny.

The dominant vegetation is the wide fields of orange groves, this very sweet orange that was once discovered in these regions, the sweet orange grafted from the original bitter according to a tradition of Massores in Carcaixent hort. More beautiful oranges are the navel and navelin, with stark fruitful colour and flavor that brings full citrus taste without any note of bitterness to our palate. We ride along a bike path across small towns as Polinyà, Riola, Sueca and Fortaleny always on located on the river bank. 

The river path lies on a peralted platform that permits you to take a watch on around the green mountains the orange valleys, the myrtle talls of Alcira and Corbera, the rice marshes of Sueca and to the end the mediterranean waters near Cullera.
Also a question. 
The authorities of the region we visit, could they join efforts to expand this cyclable path to other towns, so that one could go almost from the mouth of Cullera up to other populations such as Alzira and Algemesí Júcar up?


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