The village of Chella, situated along the Canal de Navarres, is one of eight small villages in the area , whose historical and archaeological importance cannot be under estimated. From the magnificent parish church dedicated to The Virgin of Gracia, whose dome is currently being investigated by experts as it is believed that it´s restoration was carried out under the aegis of Gaudi, to the stunning waterfall , El Salto de Chella, travelling along the many walkways, cycle routes, the forest trails, there are always places to see and small restaurants to visit! The many natural pools, La Playa Salvaje in Chella, the Albufera in Anna, the plunge pool at Bolbaite .... all used by the locals to cool off in the heat of the summer!
Gandia is approximately an hour away from Yurtas Pepita and has some of the loveliest beaches in the area.
https://www.valenciaturisme.org/en/municipio/chella is an excellent link to all local attractions and amenities.
https://www.bikemap.net/en/l/2519529/ is a very good source for the many cycling routes (both types and difficulty ratings)
Things To Do
Cycling, canoeing, yoga, walking, running, hiking, dirt bike riding, swimming, archeaology, visiting historical sites, enjoying Valencian gastronomy, and most important of all, relaxing!!!!
great experience, beautiful view and very very nice people !
August 4th, 2019
Breathtaking views across the Spanish mountains, combined with luxurious glamping, home-made nutritious yummy food and a superb swimming pool. Watch the sun go down from your own deck with cava in hand. A unique experience.
Star-studded nights to the music of tree crickets.. every cm of the yurt is beautiful and has a story .. and every minute with the lovely Ann Marie and Dave is a laugh!
July 30th, 2019