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Guidebook for l'Alfàs del Pi

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Guidebook for l'Alfàs del Pi

Parks & Nature
The magnificent Caves of Canelobre are just 24 kilometres inland from Alicante near Busot and are said to be Spain’s largest and deepest cave system. The caves were formed many millions of years ago, but they are still slowly changing at a rate of just 1cm every 100 years! The stalactites and stalagmites are continuously growing and aided by the clever lighting take on the shapes and forms of all sorts of animals as well as giving the caves a cathedral like feel. The main attraction is the candelabra formation, from which the caves have taken their name. Sometimes musicians give free performances in the cave because of great acoustics. Check the website for data: http://www.cuevasdecanelobre.com/2.0/
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Canelobre Caves
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The magnificent Caves of Canelobre are just 24 kilometres inland from Alicante near Busot and are said to be Spain’s largest and deepest cave system. The caves were formed many millions of years ago, but they are still slowly changing at a rate of just 1cm every 100 years! The stalactites and stalagmites are continuously growing and aided by the clever lighting take on the shapes and forms of all sorts of animals as well as giving the caves a cathedral like feel. The main attraction is the candelabra formation, from which the caves have taken their name. Sometimes musicians give free performances in the cave because of great acoustics. Check the website for data: http://www.cuevasdecanelobre.com/2.0/
If you enjoy walking, and I don´t mean from bar to bar, then this area must have some of the most beautiful and varied landscapes within the Costa Blanca. Walk up to El Faro in Albir (about a 20-30 minute walk, very easy, slight slope) One of the most popular past times, especially at the weekend, is the lighthouse walk - El Faro. The path is in the natural park of the Serra Gelada which is a protected zone and there are various marked out routes which you can take - the most popular being the "easy" path heading straight up to the lighthouse. When I say straight it isn´t in reality as it follows the contours of the mountain. Shady picnic area at the bottom. You can see the lighthouse across the way and think you are nearly there, then as you turn one bend there are another half a dozen in front of you! Take a bottle of water with or fill it at the beginning, you can get free water near the toilets, as there is no kiosk at the top! There are picnic benches at the beginning. Spectacular views of Albir Lighthouse in the distanceSeveral information boards along the route give facts and information - which are in both Spanish and English and there are designated view points for photo opportunities. The weekends are particularly busy, with plenty of people of all nationalities walking - you can also ride your bike along the route. It is about 2.5 km to get to the top and obviously dependant on how fit and quickly you walk, most make it in around 30 minutes... but getting back is slightly quicker as it´s all downhill! Information Centre at Albir lighthouse Information centre at the lighthouseThere is an information and exhibition centre at the top which is open Monday to Friday from 9am until 2pm and at the weekends from 10am until 1.30pm - they should really think about installing a cafe there - or at least a drinks machine... they´d make a fortune! But the view from the top is stunning and certainly worth all of the effort. With the peace and tranquility its hard to believe that you are only approximately 5 miles out of the centre of Benidorm. Try and spot a dolphin Telescope to spot dolphins. A telescope has been installed at the lighthouse, which is free for visitors of the park to use. It is a great vantage point, with breathtaking views and where bottlenose dolphins are often spotted out at sea. View on route to lighthouse When you get back down to the bottom you can always head to one of the many bars or restaurants which line the Albir beach front and reward yourself with a nice chilled glass of wine or beer. If you decide to go on a Sunday remember that you can always pop to the busy market first, which is off the main road going through the town and there until around 1.30pm. So if you are fed up with lying around the pool or beach all day and fancy doing something different then I would give it a go.... and remember to take your camera!
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Centro de interpretación Faro de l’Albir
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If you enjoy walking, and I don´t mean from bar to bar, then this area must have some of the most beautiful and varied landscapes within the Costa Blanca. Walk up to El Faro in Albir (about a 20-30 minute walk, very easy, slight slope) One of the most popular past times, especially at the weekend, is the lighthouse walk - El Faro. The path is in the natural park of the Serra Gelada which is a protected zone and there are various marked out routes which you can take - the most popular being the "easy" path heading straight up to the lighthouse. When I say straight it isn´t in reality as it follows the contours of the mountain. Shady picnic area at the bottom. You can see the lighthouse across the way and think you are nearly there, then as you turn one bend there are another half a dozen in front of you! Take a bottle of water with or fill it at the beginning, you can get free water near the toilets, as there is no kiosk at the top! There are picnic benches at the beginning. Spectacular views of Albir Lighthouse in the distanceSeveral information boards along the route give facts and information - which are in both Spanish and English and there are designated view points for photo opportunities. The weekends are particularly busy, with plenty of people of all nationalities walking - you can also ride your bike along the route. It is about 2.5 km to get to the top and obviously dependant on how fit and quickly you walk, most make it in around 30 minutes... but getting back is slightly quicker as it´s all downhill! Information Centre at Albir lighthouse Information centre at the lighthouseThere is an information and exhibition centre at the top which is open Monday to Friday from 9am until 2pm and at the weekends from 10am until 1.30pm - they should really think about installing a cafe there - or at least a drinks machine... they´d make a fortune! But the view from the top is stunning and certainly worth all of the effort. With the peace and tranquility its hard to believe that you are only approximately 5 miles out of the centre of Benidorm. Try and spot a dolphin Telescope to spot dolphins. A telescope has been installed at the lighthouse, which is free for visitors of the park to use. It is a great vantage point, with breathtaking views and where bottlenose dolphins are often spotted out at sea. View on route to lighthouse When you get back down to the bottom you can always head to one of the many bars or restaurants which line the Albir beach front and reward yourself with a nice chilled glass of wine or beer. If you decide to go on a Sunday remember that you can always pop to the busy market first, which is off the main road going through the town and there until around 1.30pm. So if you are fed up with lying around the pool or beach all day and fancy doing something different then I would give it a go.... and remember to take your camera!
Shopping
One of the best markets in the Benidorm area of Spain is the El Cisne weekend market. Only 15 minutes outside Benidorm and near the towns of Alfaz del Pi, Albir and Altea, the El Cisne weekend market is a wonderful place to spend a few hours, not just for the cheap shopping but for the food and entertainment too. What is El Cisne Weekend Market? – The El Cisne weekend market has grown up around an old Spanish farmhouse. What was once an old, disused farm house, on the road from Benidorm to Altea, is now a popular market visited by both visitors to the area and the Spanish themselves. The main area of the market is actually located inside what used to be the old stone farmhouse. Each of the many rooms has been converted into separate market stalls that sell antiques and collectibles – everything from old European military paraphernalia, to paintings, pottery, jewelry, furniture and collectibles. Outside, on the farmhouse land, is an outdoor market that’s sprouted up, selling artwork, arts and crafts, second-hand clothing, books, jewelry, and more. Many of the stalls are owned by Germans and Brits, who’ve lived in Spain for years and run market businesses, with their stalls moving from market to market in the region, depending on the day. What to Buy at El Cisne – Start out browsing the indoor market of antique stalls, as there’s a huge choice of antiques and collectibles at prices much cheaper than you’ll find in many other places in Spain. Look for antique furniture, paintings, old books and pottery. Particularly interesting are the stalls selling old military paraphernalia, with one selling medals from the First and Second World Wars, old swords, military clothing items, and even a large collection of antique lead soldiers. At the El Cisne antique stalls, you’ll find paintings as inexpensive as 15 euros ($21), antique ornaments for 10 euros ($14.20) and even a complete World War Two parachutist outfit for a few hundred euros. After the antique stalls, move outside into the sunshine and browse the many outdoor market stalls. Here, you’ll find everything from sunglasses to DVDs and CDs, old LPs, handmade jewelry, a large selection of English, Spanish and Norwegian books, hardware items, reading glasses, clothing, shawls, shoes, and lots of second-hand items. I picked up a DVD I’d been looking for for months, a couple of books and some jewelry – all at prices even cheaper than I can buy back home in Thailand. Food at El Cisne – Wandering around El Cisne market, you’ll also come across several stalls selling huge selections of cheeses, sausages, meats, snacks and sandwiches. Buy a sandwich and a coffee at one of the small stalls as you walk into the market and sit and watch the crowds walk by, or pick up a skewer of roasting chicken at another stall further inside. Be careful, it’s tasty but boiling hot. The best place to sit and enjoy food or a drink is at one of the restaurants in the center of the market. There are two large cafes here with both indoor seating or outdoor seating in a courtyard. In the winter they’re enclosed with fires or space heaters going, so it’s not cold. In the summer they’re open-air and lovely and warm. Both places make excellent cafe con leche, serve spirits, large selections of Spanish wine, and have a great variety of bottled beer and beer on tap – both the local brew and imported brands. Entertainment at El Cisne Weekend Market – One of the big reasons why the market is so popular is the free jazz music that’s on offer on Saturdays and Sundays. The musicians come from all over the local area and you’ll here everything from contemporary jazz piano to traditional jazz and blues singers. The musicians and singers play on a raised patio next to the farmhouse and overlooking both large cafes. Grab a beer, a coffee or a full meal, relax, enjoy the sun, and listen to the amazing music. The atmosphere is wonderful and the music fun. If you’re going to be in the Benidorm, Albir or Altea area, don’t miss the El Cisne Weekend Market. Opening around 10am every weekend day, it goes on until about 3pm. You can catch a local bus from Benidorm or from the opposite direction at Albir or Altea. Bus fare, at the moment, is only 1 euro 25 cents ($1.75) and there are buses every 15 minutes that stop right outside the market, so you can come and go as you like. The market is about 20 minutes by bus from Albir and Altea and about the same distance from Benidorm.
Antiguedades El Cisne
0 Avenida de los Limones
One of the best markets in the Benidorm area of Spain is the El Cisne weekend market. Only 15 minutes outside Benidorm and near the towns of Alfaz del Pi, Albir and Altea, the El Cisne weekend market is a wonderful place to spend a few hours, not just for the cheap shopping but for the food and entertainment too. What is El Cisne Weekend Market? – The El Cisne weekend market has grown up around an old Spanish farmhouse. What was once an old, disused farm house, on the road from Benidorm to Altea, is now a popular market visited by both visitors to the area and the Spanish themselves. The main area of the market is actually located inside what used to be the old stone farmhouse. Each of the many rooms has been converted into separate market stalls that sell antiques and collectibles – everything from old European military paraphernalia, to paintings, pottery, jewelry, furniture and collectibles. Outside, on the farmhouse land, is an outdoor market that’s sprouted up, selling artwork, arts and crafts, second-hand clothing, books, jewelry, and more. Many of the stalls are owned by Germans and Brits, who’ve lived in Spain for years and run market businesses, with their stalls moving from market to market in the region, depending on the day. What to Buy at El Cisne – Start out browsing the indoor market of antique stalls, as there’s a huge choice of antiques and collectibles at prices much cheaper than you’ll find in many other places in Spain. Look for antique furniture, paintings, old books and pottery. Particularly interesting are the stalls selling old military paraphernalia, with one selling medals from the First and Second World Wars, old swords, military clothing items, and even a large collection of antique lead soldiers. At the El Cisne antique stalls, you’ll find paintings as inexpensive as 15 euros ($21), antique ornaments for 10 euros ($14.20) and even a complete World War Two parachutist outfit for a few hundred euros. After the antique stalls, move outside into the sunshine and browse the many outdoor market stalls. Here, you’ll find everything from sunglasses to DVDs and CDs, old LPs, handmade jewelry, a large selection of English, Spanish and Norwegian books, hardware items, reading glasses, clothing, shawls, shoes, and lots of second-hand items. I picked up a DVD I’d been looking for for months, a couple of books and some jewelry – all at prices even cheaper than I can buy back home in Thailand. Food at El Cisne – Wandering around El Cisne market, you’ll also come across several stalls selling huge selections of cheeses, sausages, meats, snacks and sandwiches. Buy a sandwich and a coffee at one of the small stalls as you walk into the market and sit and watch the crowds walk by, or pick up a skewer of roasting chicken at another stall further inside. Be careful, it’s tasty but boiling hot. The best place to sit and enjoy food or a drink is at one of the restaurants in the center of the market. There are two large cafes here with both indoor seating or outdoor seating in a courtyard. In the winter they’re enclosed with fires or space heaters going, so it’s not cold. In the summer they’re open-air and lovely and warm. Both places make excellent cafe con leche, serve spirits, large selections of Spanish wine, and have a great variety of bottled beer and beer on tap – both the local brew and imported brands. Entertainment at El Cisne Weekend Market – One of the big reasons why the market is so popular is the free jazz music that’s on offer on Saturdays and Sundays. The musicians come from all over the local area and you’ll here everything from contemporary jazz piano to traditional jazz and blues singers. The musicians and singers play on a raised patio next to the farmhouse and overlooking both large cafes. Grab a beer, a coffee or a full meal, relax, enjoy the sun, and listen to the amazing music. The atmosphere is wonderful and the music fun. If you’re going to be in the Benidorm, Albir or Altea area, don’t miss the El Cisne Weekend Market. Opening around 10am every weekend day, it goes on until about 3pm. You can catch a local bus from Benidorm or from the opposite direction at Albir or Altea. Bus fare, at the moment, is only 1 euro 25 cents ($1.75) and there are buses every 15 minutes that stop right outside the market, so you can come and go as you like. The market is about 20 minutes by bus from Albir and Altea and about the same distance from Benidorm.
Sightseeing
What to See & Do in Guadalest Guadalest is one of the most popular tourist attractions on the Costa Blanca. Guadalest is a village sitting on top of a mountain. The village appears perched on a tiny pinnacle rising into the sky which makes it look absolutely amazing. This gives beautiful views of the green valley with many other mountains in the background. Guadalest is famous for two buildings. First is Guadalest castle (Castell de Guadalest) which can only be accessed by walking through a 15 foot long tunnel carved out of the rock. This is known as the Portal de San Jose. No wonder the castle was so secure! Tunnel into Guadalest When you get through the tunnel you see the old village houses and it feels like you have entered an ancient time. You can visit the restored house of the Orduna family to get an idea of what it used to be like living in ancient times in Guadalest. The streets of Guadalest are cobbled, there are little squares, a school and an old jailhouse. Guadalest Cobbled Streets Make sure you look to the right of Guadlest and you will see beautiful views of the valley which contains a dam and reservoir – the Embalse de Guadalest, built between 1953 and 1963. The other famous building that you will often see photographed or on postcards is the white bell tower of Penon de la Alcala which rises up seemingly precariously perched on the mountainside. Guadalest Plaza (Square) The village of Guadalest only has about 200 inhabitants and needless to say most of these work in tourist related jobs. You will find many shops selling souvenirs, crafts and local produce such as honey, wine, handbags etc. Guadalest also has a number of small museums many of them converted from little caves in the mountainside. A trip to Guadalest need only take half a day and you can then be back on the Costa Blanca’s beaches or by your pool but do make the effort because it is a worthwhile sightseeing trip and adds another dimension to your Costa Blanca holiday. The castle at Guadalest was built by the Moors over 1,300 years ago. In 1609 King Felipe the third ordered all the Moors to be expelled leading to an uprising after which the Moors were defeated and left Spain. Also of note was in 1848 when powder kegs blew up (the reason is not known) the castle was abandoned. Guadalest-monument Monument at Guadalest Museums The Museo de Saleros y Pimenteros (Salt and Pepper Shaker Museum) has more than 20.000 salt and pepper shakers from all over the world! Andrea Ludden has collected for more than 30 years, and has another museum in the USA, in Gatlinburg, Tennessee, which has another 20.000! The museum is at Avenida de Alicante 2, El Castell de Guadalest, 03517 Alicante, directly on the main parking area, and is totally accessible, with no stairs or climbs. It is entertaining, educational, and apt for the whole family. The children love it! Guadalest is said to be the most visited village in Spain. The village has a tiny population of approximately 250 people and is located amongst spectacular mountains. Guadalest itself rises out of the ground sitting on a pinnacle of rock. To enter the village you have to go through a tunnel carved out of the rock and inside you will feel you have been transported to an ancient time. 25 minute drive by car from Alfaz del Pi
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Guadalest
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What to See & Do in Guadalest Guadalest is one of the most popular tourist attractions on the Costa Blanca. Guadalest is a village sitting on top of a mountain. The village appears perched on a tiny pinnacle rising into the sky which makes it look absolutely amazing. This gives beautiful views of the green valley with many other mountains in the background. Guadalest is famous for two buildings. First is Guadalest castle (Castell de Guadalest) which can only be accessed by walking through a 15 foot long tunnel carved out of the rock. This is known as the Portal de San Jose. No wonder the castle was so secure! Tunnel into Guadalest When you get through the tunnel you see the old village houses and it feels like you have entered an ancient time. You can visit the restored house of the Orduna family to get an idea of what it used to be like living in ancient times in Guadalest. The streets of Guadalest are cobbled, there are little squares, a school and an old jailhouse. Guadalest Cobbled Streets Make sure you look to the right of Guadlest and you will see beautiful views of the valley which contains a dam and reservoir – the Embalse de Guadalest, built between 1953 and 1963. The other famous building that you will often see photographed or on postcards is the white bell tower of Penon de la Alcala which rises up seemingly precariously perched on the mountainside. Guadalest Plaza (Square) The village of Guadalest only has about 200 inhabitants and needless to say most of these work in tourist related jobs. You will find many shops selling souvenirs, crafts and local produce such as honey, wine, handbags etc. Guadalest also has a number of small museums many of them converted from little caves in the mountainside. A trip to Guadalest need only take half a day and you can then be back on the Costa Blanca’s beaches or by your pool but do make the effort because it is a worthwhile sightseeing trip and adds another dimension to your Costa Blanca holiday. The castle at Guadalest was built by the Moors over 1,300 years ago. In 1609 King Felipe the third ordered all the Moors to be expelled leading to an uprising after which the Moors were defeated and left Spain. Also of note was in 1848 when powder kegs blew up (the reason is not known) the castle was abandoned. Guadalest-monument Monument at Guadalest Museums The Museo de Saleros y Pimenteros (Salt and Pepper Shaker Museum) has more than 20.000 salt and pepper shakers from all over the world! Andrea Ludden has collected for more than 30 years, and has another museum in the USA, in Gatlinburg, Tennessee, which has another 20.000! The museum is at Avenida de Alicante 2, El Castell de Guadalest, 03517 Alicante, directly on the main parking area, and is totally accessible, with no stairs or climbs. It is entertaining, educational, and apt for the whole family. The children love it! Guadalest is said to be the most visited village in Spain. The village has a tiny population of approximately 250 people and is located amongst spectacular mountains. Guadalest itself rises out of the ground sitting on a pinnacle of rock. To enter the village you have to go through a tunnel carved out of the rock and inside you will feel you have been transported to an ancient time. 25 minute drive by car from Alfaz del Pi
Food Scene
A bit more upmarket than the general, with prices also a bit higher, but great value for the quality of the food and excellent service, making it a great choice for a celebration or last night of a holiday. It is almost on the outskirts of Altea, opposite the marina and even at the hight of summer parking is relatively easy ( which for Altea is a major bonus). They do have a menu del dia out of high season , but the quality of the food makes the a la carte the best choice anyway and well worth the money. We found the portion sizes so generous that we only had room for 2 courses. Our party of 4 all had something different and every dish was stunning. The house red is a Rioja so at 10€ is still a fair price. Booking essential virtually all year round https://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/ShowUserReviews-g666316-d1948904-r176734871-Sabor-Altea_Costa_Blanca_Alicante_Province_Valencian_Country.html#
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Restaurante Sabor
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A bit more upmarket than the general, with prices also a bit higher, but great value for the quality of the food and excellent service, making it a great choice for a celebration or last night of a holiday. It is almost on the outskirts of Altea, opposite the marina and even at the hight of summer parking is relatively easy ( which for Altea is a major bonus). They do have a menu del dia out of high season , but the quality of the food makes the a la carte the best choice anyway and well worth the money. We found the portion sizes so generous that we only had room for 2 courses. Our party of 4 all had something different and every dish was stunning. The house red is a Rioja so at 10€ is still a fair price. Booking essential virtually all year round https://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/ShowUserReviews-g666316-d1948904-r176734871-Sabor-Altea_Costa_Blanca_Alicante_Province_Valencian_Country.html#
My favourite place! A very little and attractive restaurant with a lot of character in a lovely old building. A lovely outside area but also an equally lovely dining room on the first floor with great views. The food is good, well cooked and tasty. Situated in a lovely part of Altea and an array of shaded/non shaded areas to choose from! If you are looking for a place to eat and relax, this place is one of the best, any time of the day! The waitress is amazingly friendly, speaks good English and makes you feel welcome. The salads are tasty but the lamb is absolutely amazing and is one of the best dishes. http://www.sensesaltea.com
Senses
1 Calle San Pedro
My favourite place! A very little and attractive restaurant with a lot of character in a lovely old building. A lovely outside area but also an equally lovely dining room on the first floor with great views. The food is good, well cooked and tasty. Situated in a lovely part of Altea and an array of shaded/non shaded areas to choose from! If you are looking for a place to eat and relax, this place is one of the best, any time of the day! The waitress is amazingly friendly, speaks good English and makes you feel welcome. The salads are tasty but the lamb is absolutely amazing and is one of the best dishes. http://www.sensesaltea.com
Arts & Culture
Altea, Alicante - The Cultural Capital of the Valencian region Altea is a 12 minute drive from Alfas del Pi, and is one of the most memorable coastal towns of the Costa Blanca, retaining its own unique Spanish charm in spite of its increasing tourism and popularity. It lies directly by the sea in the midst of a beautiful bay and is surrounding by rugged mountains - really picturesque! The name comes from the Moorish 'Althaya' which means 'health to all'. Winding lanes Situated on a steep hillside a short walk from the sea, with stunning views over the Bay of Altea, it is a town steeped in history and has long been a popular retreat for artists, sculptors and writers. With the recent addition of the University of Culture and Fine Arts and a new concert hall Altea has been bestowed the official title of the 'Cultural Capital of the Valencian region'. The city centre is a treasure trove of shops, craft galleries, restaurants and little white-washed buildings adorned with flowers - all waiting to be discovered in the winding and cobbled medieval lanes, look for the famous blue-domed church of the Virgin de Consuelo at the top of these lanes; it is well worth the walk, the views from the top overlooking the bay of Altea with the mountain backdrop are nothing short of spectacular! The interior of the Church of the Virgin del ConsueloTo reach the Church, simply continue walking upwards towards the blue domes (or follow the signs to the 'Poble Antic'). At the top you will find yourself in a delight little square, lined with cafés and restaurants - just perfect for a 'tapas' or a chilled 'vino blanco'. It is a very popular spot with the locals too with plenty of Spanish flair. The Church itself is a 'must-see' - spectacular murals, sculptures and stained glass windows - as beautiful inside as out. The Old Town Square at Altea Down at the seaside there is a very clean new Promenade which stretches along the town down to the little port. You'll find plenty of cafés along the way, oh... and bring some bread for the ducks!
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Altea
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Altea, Alicante - The Cultural Capital of the Valencian region Altea is a 12 minute drive from Alfas del Pi, and is one of the most memorable coastal towns of the Costa Blanca, retaining its own unique Spanish charm in spite of its increasing tourism and popularity. It lies directly by the sea in the midst of a beautiful bay and is surrounding by rugged mountains - really picturesque! The name comes from the Moorish 'Althaya' which means 'health to all'. Winding lanes Situated on a steep hillside a short walk from the sea, with stunning views over the Bay of Altea, it is a town steeped in history and has long been a popular retreat for artists, sculptors and writers. With the recent addition of the University of Culture and Fine Arts and a new concert hall Altea has been bestowed the official title of the 'Cultural Capital of the Valencian region'. The city centre is a treasure trove of shops, craft galleries, restaurants and little white-washed buildings adorned with flowers - all waiting to be discovered in the winding and cobbled medieval lanes, look for the famous blue-domed church of the Virgin de Consuelo at the top of these lanes; it is well worth the walk, the views from the top overlooking the bay of Altea with the mountain backdrop are nothing short of spectacular! The interior of the Church of the Virgin del ConsueloTo reach the Church, simply continue walking upwards towards the blue domes (or follow the signs to the 'Poble Antic'). At the top you will find yourself in a delight little square, lined with cafés and restaurants - just perfect for a 'tapas' or a chilled 'vino blanco'. It is a very popular spot with the locals too with plenty of Spanish flair. The Church itself is a 'must-see' - spectacular murals, sculptures and stained glass windows - as beautiful inside as out. The Old Town Square at Altea Down at the seaside there is a very clean new Promenade which stretches along the town down to the little port. You'll find plenty of cafés along the way, oh... and bring some bread for the ducks!
Essentials
Nice fresh baked bread, and a good variety of (fresh) foods. Inside is a butcher with excellent local meat and fresh Chorizo. This one is close by, but there are many other supermarkets, like the Mercadona, Costa blanca Supermarket, Lidl and the Aldi.
Mendoza
35 Av. País Valencià
Nice fresh baked bread, and a good variety of (fresh) foods. Inside is a butcher with excellent local meat and fresh Chorizo. This one is close by, but there are many other supermarkets, like the Mercadona, Costa blanca Supermarket, Lidl and the Aldi.