Todo perfecto por 4 euro lavado y 4 secado
Parking pour visiter la commune
Parking area to visit the municipality
Parkplatz, um die Gemeinde zu besuchen
Zona de aparcamiento para visitar el municipio
Parcheggio per visitare la città
Parkeren om de stad te bezoeken
Todo perfecto por 4 euro lavado y 4 secado
Cirat has a Punt Net promoted by the Generalitat Valenciana with specific parking spaces for motorhomes, free gray and black water emptying service, as well as water supply. Cirat is a town located in the interior of the province of Castellón, in the Alt Milars region, famous for having numerous pools, fountains and bathing areas in its surroundings, among which the Salto de la Novia stands out, a spectacular waterfall. surrounded by incredible vegetation. The town has other natural places that will delight hikers such as the Salinas ravine, the Jarica fountain or the Cruz de Royas. In the following link some interesting route options are collected. A tour of the town center is also a must-see, a route conditioned by the limited space available and the uneven surface. In its streets you can see the mixture of three cultures with the Christian area, the Moorish quarter and the Jewish quarter with relevant architectural elements such as the Cirat castle, the church of San Bernardo or the Conde tower.
Camporrobles has enabled a Punt Net promoted by the Generalitat Valenciana with specific parking spaces for motorhomes, free gray and black water emptying service, as well as water supply. NOTE: THE WATER SUPPLY IS NOT ENABLED YET. SORRY FOR THE INCONVENIENCE. Camporrobles is a town in the interior of the province of Valencia located at the gates of the Serranía de Cuenca and the Hoces del Río Cabriel. Its belonging to the Requena-Utiel wine region makes it an ideal getaway to purchase local products such as sausages, sweets and, of course, wine. The jewel of the municipality is El Molón hill, a town fortified by the Iberians in the 8th century BC where you can see the remains of walls and buildings. Another possible activity is a visit to the interesting Raúl Gómez museum collection, with objects recovered from excavations ranging from prehistory to the Middle Ages, a collection of more than 80,000 pieces of mollusk fossils and the fascinating work of the painter Garfella Moreno. We must not forget the beautiful historic center and the railway station that preserves many elements from the 40s and 50s.
Gestalgar has a Punt Net promoted by the Generalitat Valenciana with specific parking spaces for motorhomes, free gray and black water emptying service, as well as water supply. NOTE: THE PARKING SPACES NEED TO BE ENABLED, BUT THE DOCK IS IN OPERATION. Gestalgar is a municipality in the province of Valencia, located in the Serranos region at the foot of the Turia river. Its idyllic location allows you to find places such as the Peña María recreational area where you can even practice climbing or the Motor bathing area, also known as the river beach of the Turia River. Its historic center contains charming houses and places of great interest such as the church of the Immaculate Conception, from the 18th century, and the Palace of the Counts of l'Alcudia and Gestalgar, also known as Casa Señorial, a mansion from the 17th century in which The lords of the town lived. Very relevant is the visit to the archaeological remains of the 'Calicantos' aqueduct, a great engineering work designed by the Romans to transport drinking water that has a visitable section of about 70 meters.
Higueruelas has a Punt Net promoted by the Generalitat Valenciana with specific parking spaces for motorhomes, free gray and black water emptying service, as well as water supply. The town is located in the province of Valencia, in the Serranía region, surrounded by mountains and mountains with a splendid landscape environment, among which La Pinada stands out with monumental trees that are more than 200 years old. For this reason, hiking fans will find a wide variety of routes in the municipality that can be consulted at www.higueruelas.es/pagina/turismo. Within its cultural heritage, it is worth highlighting the parish church of Santa Bárbara, which was built at the beginning of the 20th century and was expanded in 1910, or the municipal laundry in operation since 1957. Another essential is a visit to the Spanish Civil War museum located on top of the Town Hall and the air raid shelters.