These geese seem determined to give us a firm farewell as we leave the village!
The old bridge has been partially reconstructed near the river after it was swept away by devastating floods some years ago, the new bridge can be seen in the background. We chatted about the time of the floods when the river rose 27 feet in a few hours!
Approx 35 walkers head out among the Orange groves in the sun and under a blue sky.
Rosemary has already remove her sweatshirt!
We negotiate a few streets at the edge of the village.
One of the nice things about these easier walks is that you have enough breath to chat and renew old friendships. At this point we were discussing the merits of cutting off the top of this cactus, spraying it gold and decorating it with baubles for a Spanish Christmas tree!
A brief water stop is most welcome and gives a chance to admire the spectacular scenery.
Brian pauses our progress for a few words of encouragement and to allow our "sweeper", his wife Viginia, to catch up with the end of the column.
Most of this walk is along the base of the Segaria mountain range.
There are also splendid views of Montgo and Denia.
Nearly back to Beniarbeig and a stop to admire the new planting alongside the orange groves.
Rosemary finds a quiet spot to eat her lunch. Many thanks are due to Brian & Virginia for leading us today.