Make moving around your city healthier

People who are exposed to noise levels of more than 60db have a 30% higher risk of suffering a heart attack

La Razón

Between 10% and 25% of the population of industrialized countries suffer from allergic rhinitis

SEAIC (Spanish Society of Allergology and Clinical Immunology)

Spanish population should not be exposed to the sun for more than 29 min. without sunscreen during the summer

Solar Radiation Group of Valencia (UPV)

The WHO recommends walking a distance of approximately 3 km per day, equivalent to about 10,000 steps a day

World Health Organization (WHO)

The Dutch, for their love of cycling, have a longer life expectancy (6 months longer) than the rest of Europeans

World Health Organization (WHO)

This app makes your city a more comfortable place for everyone: residents and tourists


It shows you the healthiest routes to move around your city. Athletes, people who suffer from allergies, people with reduced mobility or any citizen can find the path that best suits their needs

  • Route with more shade
  • Route with less allergens
  • Route with less noise


A web app as simple to use as any navigation map

Choose your destination and your starting point
Choose your method of travel: bike or on foot
Indicate the time of year and the time of your route
Select the route that best suits you
Enjoy the city


Healthy Routes App is a fresh initiative that fosters smart mobility from another point of view: unhurriedly and improving citizens health. Its greatest potential is to provide information on healthy mobility.
There is no such app in the market.

Manuel Gomicia
Councilor of Territory and Smart City of Alcoi City

We can all enjoy the city in a healthier way



App Healthy Routes

A powerful tool to encourage your citizens to adopt healthier and more sustainable habits in the way they move around your city


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  • Locating priority spots
  • Suggestions for measures and actions
  • Predicting and monitoring of mitigation achieved