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Las Fuentes del Algar, Valencian Country

Categories: Waterfalls, Nature & Parks
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3.6/5 based on 260+ reviews on the web
Located in a wetland protected by the Valencian government, Las Fuentes del Algar is a conservation area known for its untouched beauty. Take a walk on the 1.5 km (0.93 mi) hike through the cave ("algar" is the Arabic word for cave) to be sprayed by the waterfalls and springs. Wear a swimsuit to keep your clothes from getting wet, and enjoy a dip in the pools, or "tolls," along the way. There is an on-site tourist office, restrooms, and educational facilities, as well as five restaurants nearby. Include the arboretum and cactus garden in your visit for more local natural wonders. To visit Las Fuentes del Algar on your trip to Callosa d'En Sarria, use our Callosa d'En Sarria trip itinerary maker.
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  • A charming place in nature. It would be great if it were not so within reach of humans. It is easily reachable by car, what does that during the summer it must be almost impossible to enjoy it due to the agglomeration which is supposed to be. That Yes, they charge you for everything, parking, access and there are people who you stop to make the photo that you want then to sell, clear. In summary, you should avoid the three summer months...
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  • I'm Spanish and they had told me this place was amazing, but I was never very interested. Ended up going because of my boyfriend and it turns out this place is amazing indeed! We went by car, but I've...  read more »
  • Is not as special as they sell it x facebook... in 1 hour you see all! the entry is 5 euros! k for what is... a pokillo can eat because along the way we saw people eating sandwiches! loose animals there is no one controlling!...
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  • Nothing special in the way of an atraction. Too many using it to swim and paddle inthe water all thought this is supposed to be not allowed. Be aware of parking there are several car parks but the first one you see and also the attendant waves you in is quite a walk fron the fonts.
  • Beautiful place! Be sure to visit when it's not so busy, then you don't have to stand in line to get in the water. The first "tourist" parking you come to is €3, but you can actually drive past, way closer, and park for free. There is a toilet inside where you can change clothes, but not a wardrobe or any good places to lock in your valuables. The water is very clean, bring flip flops for the top part as the stones there are uncomfy to walk on.
  • Picturesque, refreshing. A wonderful family day out. Bring a picnic. They have restaurants, but we always bring a picnic with us.
  • Truly outstanding place, wonderful and crystal clear water, locally produced fruits and vegetables and wine. Will definitely come back!
  • Great fun for all the family, places to paddle, places to swim, be aware the water is cold. €5/adult to get in
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