The nearby city of Elche boasts two UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
This town has perhaps more monuments than any other in the Province of Alicante, and welcomes visitors under the shade of the San Antón palm trees.
The main theme of this trip are the castles in the Medio and Alto Vinalopó districts, and the area of La Foia de Castalla.
The imposing skyline rises to greet visitors as they approach Benidorm.
A must-see for all visitors, this village of barely 200 inhabitants is set in a picturesque valley surrounded by the highest mountains in the Province of Alicante.
Altea and towns to the norht
The beautiful town of Altea is famous for its Old Quarter lined with whitewashed houses. To the north, over the Barranco del Mascarat gulley and the Sierra de Bernia mountains, the landscape opens up to reveal the most emblematic landmark of the Costa Blanca: the Peñón de Ifach crag at Calpe, which rises to an altitude of 327 metres.