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Is Montanejos worth the trip from Valencia?

Montanejos, Spain

Hola chickas y chickos!

This post will be short and sweet and has been designed to give you an idea of what you can expect on your day trip with GO Valencia to the mountainous region of Montanejos.

The main tour includes:

  • The hot springs blue lagoon (enjoy the pristine water, swim, dive, explore the 2 caves, if you stay still fish will even come and give you a free pedicure).  For the winter season wetsuits are included if needed.
  • The fascinating “Bridal Veil” water falls (Enjoy its pristine beauty or be bold and get wet) 
  • The massive “Pony Tail” water jet
  • The breathtaking canyons and huge dam in the vicinity of the springs

Overall I’d say it’s worth the 69 euros. It was a full day with pick up and drop off, our guide spoke perfect English and we were a small group of around 10 people. If you feel like getting out of Valencia for a day, this is the perfect option!

Click the link to visit their website and book the tour: 

http://www.do-valencia.com/hot-spring-tour.html

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Clean and fresh water.

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Nice place for a dip 🙂

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Beautiful day trip to Montanejos.

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Clean, cool and fresh water. Great place to cool down if you are in hot Valencia!

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The strength of water here was insane!

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On top of the world.

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Epic magnitude of mother nature here!

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With my amigaaaaa!

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Yipeeeee!

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Bridal Veil

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It’s hot here!

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Bridal Veil.

 

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3 Comments

  • Reply
    spainuncharted
    April 18, 2017 at 1:55 pm

    Beautiful Shots! I live in Valencia we often my partner and I take the motorbike up there, grab a chupito at our favourite cafe and enjoy the scenery. Definitely an amazing drive up the mountain as well as the lake!

    • Reply
      kaptainkennytravel
      April 18, 2017 at 2:23 pm

      Oh if I return, I’d love to visit again on a really, really hot day. The thing is, the day we went it was actually rather freezing. I went in nonetheless as I didn’t want to waste my money spent on the tour but it certainly would be nice to go when it’s less ‘freezing’ and more refreshing 🙂

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    Why I moved to Valencia: Spain – Kaptain Kenny Travel
    May 21, 2017 at 6:43 pm

    […] the trip. One for example was a trip to a nearby hot spring buried within some mountains called Montanejos. (See below or click here to read a previous blog about […]

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