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Hermitage of Santa Barbara
Spain

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Located on a hill near the town of Bolbaite, the Hermitage of Santa Barbara enjoys a natural environment of Aleppo pines and a wide variety of vegetation typical Mediterranean. It offers a splendid view over the valley of the Canal de Navarra, Pic Caroig, Sumacarcer plains, and more far away on the mountains of La Ribera. On clear days you can even see the coast of Valencia. It also has a recreational area equipped with barbecues, tables and wooden benches, fountains and showers, making it a place visited by many people on weekends, especially during the summer and Easter. It has a camping area with capacity for 150 tents.

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