Hort del Viver is in the town of San Jorge, which has the attraction of being a mountain village near the sea, which provides its visitors spectacular views from its mountain of the Mediterranean Sea and the Ebro Delta
Its proximity to the camera makes its vegetation is typically Mediterranean with dry crops as carob, olive and almond trees around the village and irrigated fields (orange and fruit) on the plains of northeastern between Cervol and La Senia River.
San Jorge belongs to the region of Azahar, where we found an agricultural landscape dominated by olive and almond trees, its natural landscapes and protected areas, its size and its traditions are all they claim to visit them and get close to nature tourism. In this region we can find two natural beauties: Natural parks of the Sierra de Irta Yde Tinença Benifassa.
Casa rural Hort del Viver
VinaròsA 12km. Sant Jordi - Do not miss the opportunity to meet Vinaròs, here are a perfect year-round climate, its magnificent dishes include shrimp acquaintances, beaches with more than twelve miles of coastline where you will find small coves and long sandy beaches as of the Forti, with his new European Blue Flag. Not forgetting the festive party with famous Carnival Vinaròs the feasts of Sant Joan and Sant Pere, the celebrations of the best shrimp and leave the county every weekend.
MorellaA 50km. Sant Jordi - Morella, capital of the region of Els Ports, appears before the visitor's eyes surrounded charm to transmit its ancient walls and crowned by its strong castle, over a thousand feet high.
About 2,500 meters of wall were lifted and their defense and limit. Even today the testimonies of over time in this city are still intact. The road is full of surprises. Streets of Gothic arches, porches, manor houses, half-timbered facades, tile altarpieces and small chapels glaring behind every corner.
PiñiscolaA 24km. Sant Jordi - Peniscola is a unique and privileged place in the Mediterranean, as its old town is clustered around the rocky promontory presided over the castle. The entire village of Peniscola is protected by an impressive set of walls that rise on vertical cliffs, and impracticable, and that contributed to it was considered impregnable the fortress, as it was surrounded by the sea on much of its perimeter.
The ancient city, which was crowned by Pope Benedict XIII mansion, a castle-fortress of s. XIV.
In contrast to the old town, are the new streets and avenues of the tourist area. Warm waters in summer and autumn are shared between the extensive sandy beaches north of the citadel and beautiful coves flanked by steep cliffs in the south.