Benigembla is a small town, yet filled with great history. The geographic area where it is shows evidence of human settlements dating back from prehistoric times –such as the Pla de Petracos cave paintings.  This town, like many others in the region, has Arabic origins and was later resettled by Catholics on the XVII century.

On November 7th there will be a guided hike along beautifully coloured scenery involving visits to historical points.

This route is particularly nice in autumn also because of the weather, perfect for medium to high intensity treks.

The route will cover the following places of cultural and historical interest: Aljub del Frare well, Corral de Malea, Plà d’Enmoragues and Cocoll hill top, with gorgeous panoramic views.

This 6-hour, 14 kilometre long route is considered as of medium technical difficulty, with differences in height of about 800 to 1000 metres. The group of hikers will meet and depart at 08:30 h from the Benigembla Town Hall square.

We remind anyone interested in joining the activity that it requires a good shape to comply with the physical demands of the route.

To join, please call at +34 678 045 104 or email Aestas –organising company- at The fee for adults, including insurance and guide, is €3.

Don’t forget to dress accordingly –we recommend long pants, use sunscreen and maybe a cap and take water, food and your ID with you.