In hot weather the north-facing Pared de Rosalía se termino la fiesta y no la mamo un putito is well-worth considering, with its fine long routes in the mid and harder grades.
However, they will seep after prolonged spells of bad weather.
It is usually possible to find sun or shade when required, although it is rather less of a winter-sun venue than you might think, since the tall surrounding walls tend to keep the low sun off except in the middle of the day.Approach notes, sella is situated about 20km inland from Villajoyosa on the AP-7 motorway.The most popular section is the long ridge in the centre of the valley which has a superb series of south-facing walls and buttresses, however, if you stray from the crowds, you may be rewarded with some peace and solitude.Follow this track for 4km to the refuge and crags.In the Hidden Valley you will find yourself grappling with tufas and pockets on wild and steep walls, but it is only really worth considering if you lead 7a or above.If it is raining, most of the Hidden Valley crags will stay dry.
The main area dries quickly after rain.
The Divino has mainly long traditional routes, but the lower sections do contain some sport routes albeit mostly in the harder grades.
The routes in the main area tend to be fingery and technical on single-pitch slabs and low-angled walls.This approach is the fastest from either direction as it involves the least driving on minor roads.From the south - Turn off the AP-7 at junction 66 (Villajoyosa) and head inland following signs to Sella to join the above description at the T-junction 5km before Sella village.Turn right, and 5km of twisty roads lead to the outskirts of Sella.Further along the road from the main area is the Mecca for hard climbers, called the Hidden Valley, and you can't really miss the final jewel in the crown - The Divino sits majestically above everything and is worth attention from all those who demand.Crag features, sella remains the most popular area in the Costa Blanca.There is enough climbing to spend a whole week's holiday here, although other areas are worth a visit too!Drive around Finestrat, always following signs to Sella, and continue to a T-junction.
To reach it from the north - Leave the AP-7 at junction 65a (Terra Mitica) or 65 (Benidorm) and follow signs for Terra Mitica and then Finestrat.