We've been sport climbing at Gandia, scoping out new venues in Northern Costa Blanca, ridge scrambling above Calpe, sport climbing also near Calpe, checking out the new and mega Via Ferrata at Redovan and enjoying some peaceful mountain walks.
For years, visiting Costa Blanca meant rock climbing, I often shunned the walking, preferring to be on rock. More recently and the more of it I do, the more I've been enjoying the mountain walking here, it really is outstandingly good and certainly as good as anything in the Lake District, and that's some competition right. Routes are always quiet, so walking here is always peaceful, even at weekends. The trails are usually good and views will often be for miles and miles. As well as abundant wildlife and flora, there is history and culture to keep our interest, so much to see and do, so many routes to explore.....
Then we go rock climbing - well, we like that rather a lot too. We've visited Toix crags at Calpe twice this week. Once to climb a long multi-pitch route and complete a ridge traverse, and again today to enjoy some sport climbing with easy access and wonderful views across the bay to Sierra Helada (more lovely walking there too).
Keep checking in for more adventure updates :-)