Hiking near Tàrbena

The Costa Blanca is pre-eminently a paradise for hikers.
Tàrbena is the ideal starting point for the most beautiful walks in Spain.


The Costa Blanca is with its many sandy beaches a favorite holiday destination for many sunbathers. This makes the beautiful walking routes through the interior perhaps less known, but certainly not less popular! More and more hikers discover hiking opportunities in the Costa Blanca and enjoy the sun, nature and unique views from the Spanish mountain ranges. Walking holidays get more and more popular.


Tàrbena is also called the best starting point for walks in the Costa Blanca. The village is hidden between the mountains that form the backdrop for beautiful walks. We dedicate ourselves as much as possible, together with our dog Lola we explore routes for our guests. On this page we will regularly add new routes.

In the apartments we have several leaflets with walking routes and hiking maps available. We recommend the use of Wikiloc.com , an ideal website with many routes, also available as an app for the smartphone (with offline use of cards).

Hike: Tàrbena – Sarroxa & Benipla – 4,5 km

The hiking route to Sarroxa and Benipla starts from Tarbena (5 minutes from Can Elisa) and is 4.5 km long. Behind the village you start with a steep climb and after a quarter of an hour you can enjoy the first view from where you look at Altea, Benidorm the sea and the mountains Puig Campana and Aitana.
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Hike: Tàrbena – Sa Caseta des Moros – 3 km

Tàrbena has also been occupied, the Castillo is one of the structures that reminds us of this. From the Castillo you have a unique view of the village, the surrounding valleys and the mountains in the distance. The walk to the Castillo starts from the parking lot in the village and is 3 km long. The walk is uphill and you walk in 1.5 hours (back and forth).

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Hike: Tàrbena – CV146 – 11 km

The CV146 is a new route set out by the Town Hall, the route starts and ends in the village of Tarbena (5 minutes from our house). The total length is 11 km and can be walked in 3 hours, with breaks you are then a short 4 hours on the road.

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Hike: Tàrbena- Sa Cova de Dalt – 1,77 km

15 min from Can Elisa you can find Sa Cova de Dalt. The cave is located in the Bijauca area, just past Tàrbena, on the route to Castell de Castells. The cave dates from the neolithic period (new stone age) 4000-2500 BC.

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Hike: Bolulla – Raco Roig – 7,62 km

At a quarter of an hour from Can Elisa you will find Raco Roig, a walk of 7.5km. Due to the limited increase in this route, the walk is suitable for hikers of all levels.

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Hike: Altea la Vella – Fort y Forat de Bernia – 9,5-12,5 km

Bernia, a mountain separating the Marina Alta from the Marina Baja, is perhaps one of the most famous mountains in the region. Not for nothing, the mountain offers besides natural beauty, a tunnel through the mountain also a piece of history in the form of a medieval fortress.

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