Cullera, Valencia



The annual flood of the marsh adds the silver aspect of the rice fields to the ocher, green and gold that characterizes the landscape of the cereal fields. The gradual flooding of the fields can be seen from the viewpoints of the mountain. Cullera offers signposted routes that allow crossing the fields of orchard, rice and citrus crops.

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Lorena Porca
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Cullera, Valencia
Salvador Vives
Rice paddy Cultivation fields
EXTERIOR FEATURES: Bridges, entrance for cars, access gravel cars, orchards of fruit trees.
ATMOSPHERE: Quiet, silent, relaxing, humid, natural, spacious, bright.
ACCESS: The landscape of the rice fields is very extensive and does not have a marked access. It depends on the area or field you want to access. In general, it can be reached by road and circulating through dirt and asphalt roads.
STORAGE: There is not.
RESTRICTIONS: The fields are privately owned.
PARKING: There is not.
NOISES: Native birds, mostly herons. Breeze.
DAYS AND ACCESS HOURS: 365 days 24 hours, except in the case of private properties, whose access would be conditioned by the will of the owners.


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