Camino de Pego, next to the Natura Garden garden centre.

The connection with the town centre is currently in the planning stage.


6 km (one-way). Linear path.




On foot 1 h 40 min Bicycle: 35 min.


Entire route is wheelchair-accessible. 2 reserved parking spaces at the start of the rail trail.

It runs along the rail trail of the old railway line between Dénia and El Verger. Alternate itinerary for getting to beach areas. Cyclists ride along an asphalt roadbed while walkers walk on a compacted dirt road. Vehicle motor traffic is prohibited from the start of the rail trail to the Alberca River footbridge.


Route passing through orange groves, rural dwellings, manor houses with nearby groves and pine forests. Footbridge over the Alberca River.  Different species of Mediterranean trees have been planted along the length of the rail trail.

Rest areas, exercise zones and lookout points. Informative panels on the interpretation of the landscape and history of the old railway.

While we discover a little-known agricultural landscape that witnessed the passing train, the Segaria Mountain grows larger as we near El Verger. However, if we approach Dénia the Montgó Mountain becomes bigger as the backdrop framing our journey.


The rail trail ends close to the towns of El Verger and Els Poblets. The cycle path toward Pego starts in El Verger, and allows us to venture into the Marsh Nature Park and reach Oliva. This route does not have any specific signs.

From Oliva we reach Gandía using the Safor rail trail, converted upon the same stretch as the old Dénia-Carcaixent railway line.