Altea holidays 2020
Located on Spain’s stunning white coast, or Costa Blanca, Altea is one of the most charming towns in Alicante. Although Altea is a neighbour of Benidorm, the two resorts are worlds apart. The mature portion rests on top of a hill where you can gaze across out of the coastline and admire the spectacular views. Not forgetting the impressive blue and white church with its tiled dome roof, so stunning it is one of the most photographed landmarks of the whole area. Visiting the old town is definitely a must-see when in Altea. The cobbled streets are packed with classy restaurants and an interesting formation of shops offering elegant local crafts, paintings and gifts.
As exciting as the old town of Altea sounds, you can't forget about the newer part of Altea, with its pebbled beaches along the promenade and the marina. Nothing says holiday quite like taking a gentle stroll to the beach and fine dining at one of Altea’s much loved restaurants, accompanied by the serene backdrop of the painted horizon. What more could you want from your 2020 holiday?
Why book Altea holidays
Rest & relaxation
Benidorm's quieter counterpart, Altea is perfect for those looking to get away from loud and lively resorts
Discover the best beaches
Sand and shingle beaches are what you'll come across in Altea... we love the Blue Flag Roda Beach, near the old town
Cultural hotspot not to miss
Explore Altea's old town and don't miss the Virgen del Consuelo Church topped with its iconic blue dome
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Your guide to Altea holidays
Just when you think you’ve seen it all, holidays in Altea will surprise you with something you may have missed. Experiencing the many excursion are a highlight, whether you’re looking for action and adventure, or a glimpse at spectacular scenery. Make your way through the mountains of Costa Blanca with guided tours and the historical village of Guadalest while admiring the picturesque views of the Mediterranean Sea. You’ll have the opportunity to explore a small town known as Polpop, a great place for those looking to enjoy the quiet and peaceful atmosphere.
Fancy being a bit more adventurous? Enjoy a rocky ride along Costa Blanca, where you’ll find pro cycling teams climbing the mountainous ascents. The steep terrains provide the best cycling routes for the adrenaline fuelled with daunting descending and swift bends down the valleys of Guadalest and Jalon. A stroll across the 8-kilometre coastline in reach of scenic beaches, coves, and cliffs makes for a more restful venture. You’ll also find hiking trails and old castles just waiting to be explored. If you’re looking for a peaceful beach, Cap Negret provides soft white sands and warm aquamarine waters for a more relaxing experience.
If you’re looking for a destination with the perfect beach, Altea is the place. Whether you’re drawn to water sports, family fun or just a day of calm relaxation, you’ll have plenty of choice. Why not visit the small coastal town of Jávea, one of the most eye-catching beaches that lives along Spain’s Costa Blanca? Jávea’s coastline stretches for 20 km providing breathtaking views over the landscape. Not only a top spot for family memories but also for romantic nights with your other half, surrounded by its natural beauty. Enjoy the soft sands, clear blue skies and calm waters of the Mediterranean Sea. If you’re feeling adventurous, scuba diving, snorkelling, surfing and kayaking are among many of the activities on offer.
If you continue down the Costa Blanca coastline, you’ll come across Torrevieja, a golden stretch of sand lined with plenty of cafes, restaurants and bars all serving a variety of snacks, beverages and authentic Spanish dishes.
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