Puig Campana - Puig Campana is the second highest peak on the Costa Blanca. Its vertical KM from Finestrat it is a must on the trail running bucket list. The effort is totally worth it because the view from the top over the skyscraper skyline in Benidorm is just incredible; you also get to see the Alicante coastline.
Ponoch (Ponoig) - The locals call it Leon Dormida or the Sleeping Lion. This is due to the silhouette when viewed from La Nucía and Polop; you'll see what we mean when you see it. It really is magnificent! The mountain is the most southern extension of the Sierra de Aitana and has several peaks above a thousand metres. with the highest summit at 1181 metres. Ponoig isn't just a great venue for a trail adventure it is also home to many multi pitch climbs and via ferrata. If you look closely at the walls and you may be able to see a climbing party making their way up the face
Sierra Aitana - Sierra Aitana lies to the South of Abdet, its summit dominating the skyline. The summit is the highest point in the Valencian Community at 1,558 metres above sea level. The Northern slopes of Aitana feature a really bizarre and spectacular rock formation called "Simas de Partagat" which are huge blocks of limestone seperated by deep clefts. These blocks weigh millions of tons, and they move a few millimeters each day; they will eventually slide to join the many other fallen and shattered blocks that lie beneath. Aitana is most noticeable and identified as the mountain with the prominent radar domes and transmitters. The views from the summit are excellent: you can see Ibiza to the East, Valencia to the North, Montcabrer to the West and Alicante and the Puig Campana to the South.
Sierra Bernia - As far as running in Costa Blanca goes this is one of the most beautiful routes in the region. It is a fairly strenuous run, especially the first half, because some parts are steep scree.. The views along the route are nothing more than spectacular; you’ll also pass the ruins of Fort Bernia and the famous forat.