Altea & Guadalest
Altea & Guadalest
The highlight of the Mediterranean region: Altea!
Considered the most beautiful and most photographed city on the Costa Blanca, it has inspired many artists and painters for decades.
A beautiful old town, its narrow cobbled streets, stairs, alleys decorated with hundreds of colorful plants: you can’t resist to take photos of it and the views will remain for forever in your memories.
And don’t forget the beaches of Altea. They are so beautiful that they have inspired many famous artist and painters as well.
What to see in Altea: The Old Town, the Church of Nuestra Señora del Consuelo, the Mirador de los Cronistas de España, and of course its beaches in summer.
Guadalest is one of the most beautiful villages in Spain.
It is located on a mountain, and has a population of 300 people but has more than a million of tourists all year around. This town has more museums per inhabitant than the whole Spain, among the most famous are, Museum of Ribera Girona, Salt and Pepper Museum, MicroGigante Museum etc. You can see The list of museums here:
Beach tools: towel, sun cream
Food and water: We suggest you take away from home so you don’t waste a lot of money and have more flexibility and time to enjoy the beach.
Lightweight clothing and comfy shoes
Group of 5 or more: 18€
Includes: Price: Bus + Transportation + Insurance + Best organisation
A special discount 10% until Tuesday 06/07 with the discount code: “LANGUAGEEXCHANGE”
How can you book the trip?
We prefer if you can reserve it online, but if you can’t, please come to office 9:00 – 14:00 (Only with already email confirmation about time) or to one of our Language Exchanges (20:00 – 22:30)
Monday and Thursday: BigBen (Plaza Honduras 36)
Tuesday: Veles E Vents
Wednesday: Mercado San Valero (Gran Via de les Germanies, 21)
Online booking below:
Meeting point: AVENIDA ARAGON 31 (In front of mestalla)
Todos nuestro viajes están organizado por agencia de viaje COACAD, con numero de licencia. CV-m-1881-V
All our trips are organised by Travel agency, COACAD, under licence number CV-m-1881-V.