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Fuente de los Baños
Spain

Montanejos. This small village in the interior of Valencia, well known for its spa, offers among its attractions the area known as "Fuente de los Baños". A major source of thermal waters is incorporated into the Mijares river providing water at a constant temperature of 25ºC(77ºF).

An excellent opportunity for an early or late bath during the off season, perhaps as a final point after walk over some of his beautiful mediterranean trails. For instance "La Bojera" trail, a tour with impressive views of Maimona cliffs, or "Los estrechos" trail, along the Mijares river (remember, a shower is included at the middle of the trail). Or even more interesting, combining both of them (See GPS track at Wikiloc).

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