Day 4 is another 29 km walk to the town of
again taking you through a park (Parque Natural de la Sierra Mariola). Bocairent is small but with bed and breakfast accommodation. Bocairent
|Parque Natural de la Sierra Mariola
Day 6 looks like a 29 km walk to Benali which I think is actually a farmstead with some holiday lets and possibly overnight accommodation. If that works Day 7 is then a 25 km walk to somewhere near Collado de Caroche. There is definitely accommodation in the area, including a campsite which should have huts, but again it’s difficult to tell whether this includes overnight accommodation.
Day 9 involves a 30 km walk to Pocicico Valentin via Venta Gaeta. This looks like an amazing walk with a longer option at the end if you want to stay in a refugio. The hostel “Casa del Rio Mijares” looks excellent and so I don’t think I’ll extend the walk.
Accommodation at the end of a 30 km Day 11 is also uncertain. There are a number of small villages in the right place (Villar de los Olmos and Villar de Tejas) but none are advertising accommodation. Directly on the route is Refugio las Lomos but I suspect this is a literally unmanned refuge.
Assuming I stay somewhere near the Refugio las Lomos than the next day is a 30 kms walk to Benageber where there definitely is accommodation.
Day 13 involves a 17 km walk to Chelva which, with a population of 2,000 people, is a metropolis by recent standards. There is accommodation and Chelva looks like an attractive town.
Day 14 is a 28 km walk to Andilla via the
. Small village but with some accommodation village of Alcotas
Day 15, the final day in the
involves a 23 km walk to Bejis. Although there is no reference to accommodation on the village website I’m optimistic! province of Valencia