Are you intrepid? Do you like adventure and exploration? The Cabriel River awaits you, and next to it, the possibility of crossing it aboard a canoe.
The Cabriel, a river wonder
The Cabriel River travels a good part of Spain, being born in Teruel and ending in Cofrentes (Valencian Community) in the Júcar River, being the main tributary of this. It measures approximately 220 km and is known for its calm and transparent waters. This river is known for having one of the highest quality waters in Europe, and as proof of this we can find numerous animal species such as trout, barbel or funny otters. In the vicinity of the river we can find two natural places; The Natural Park of the Hoces del Cabriel (in the Valencian Community) and the Natural Reserve of the Hoces del Cabriel (in Cuenca).
The Cabriel River
Since the Arab era, Cabriel has been of great importance for the economy, since by its channel they transported wood. Currently, this water is used for irrigation in addition to its use to obtain energy. Along the river we can find numerous dams with their respective hydroelectric plants such as Víllora, Contreras and Mirasol. And more and more important is the activity sector, since Cabriel offers numerous stretches for canoeing and, more importantly, for all types of audiences.
Canoeing for you and for everyone
Whether you are an expert or not, Cabriel does not stop offering possibilities. We can find calm waters, and stretches of great difficulty such as those located in the Chorreras de Víllora and Enguídanos. We can tour its famous sickles, and contemplate places like Basta and pants of the resting area of Cabriel, for approximately 1 hour and a half and 3 kilometers of travel.
“Feel like an Indian practicing monorafting and contemplating the majesty of the surroundings, you will not regret it”
This activity can be cancelled and fully refunded up to 24 hours after booking.
After this time, Ocionatur Cofrentes Turismo Activo has established that you have up to 3 days before the activity to cancel and get a refund.
If the activity had to be cancelled because of weather conditions, you would have a full refund.