By Linda Hall • 15 April 2021 • 16:09
CASTELL D’AMBRA: Chance to visit Pego’s 13th century castle
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PEGO, Adsubia and Les Valls are organising free conducted tours to introduce the public to the area and its heritage.
The excursions are jointly organised by their respective Tourism departments and next up is a walk to the Benissili castle on April 25.
On Saturday May 1 there will be an ethnic-botanical route to visit Adsuvieta and the Vall d’Alcala ice storage house.
On both May 2 and May 23 an Adsubia-Fornia conducted tour focuses on the butterflies and birds of the Vall d’Ebo.
On May 9 there is a chance to visit Benirrama’s prehistoric rock art in the Vall de Gallinera and on May 16, a visit to Pego’s town walls.
May 30 sees a visit to another castle, this time to Pego’s ruined Castell d’Ambra built in the 13th century.
Each of the routes or walks will be accompanied by a qualified tourist guide who will explain the area’s rich heritage.
More information is available from the Pego i les Valls Tourist Office (966 400 843 and 699 762 815) or the [email protected] email address.
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