The 2.5-hour signposted route starts from the Visitor Center, which has an interpretive center, an exhibition hall, and a parking area.

The first stretch reaches an approximately 30 m tunnel excavated into the rock in 1918, and runs along a path where you will find the lovely views of the Poniente and Botánico Cavanilles overlooks, and the remains of the Iberian settlement (4th century BC). After going through the tunnel, on the Levante side, between the esparto, rosemary, and junipers, the path narrows and a more complicated stretch begins on the slope that leads up to the peak. It’s worth the effort for the sensation of touching the sky with your hand and enjoying the spectacular panoramic views of the Mediterranean, which on clear days reach as far as the island of Ibiza.