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More than 218 kilometres of coast full of beaches with calm water and soft sand; 2800 hours of sunshine a year, a privileged climate and a gentle sea have been an excellent way to attract millions of visitors to our land in the last decades. Years passed and the development of modern tourist infrastructures and means of communication have made easier the access to the richness of the interior parts of our province. This guide is an invitation, a proposal for approaching our history, our festivities and celebrations, our gastronomy, our art history and industrial heritage, our proposal for leisure and sport. The Costa Blanca scenery is characterised not only by the sea but also by the mountains peeping at it. The Alicante Province is the second more mountainous one in Spain; the Mediterranean landscape is showed here: the terraced cultivated valleys of Arabic origin, the mountainous horizons covered by oaks, pines, carob trees and perfumed by a great variety of aromatic plants. In the south of the province the mountains disappear, giving place to palm tree fields and orange and lemon plantations. Mountains and hiking lovers have very well indicated paths in all the inside areas of the province. Beside all that, our territory is full of archaeological sites, which offer us an idea of the depth of the life and richness of our environment, inhabited for thousands of years. Phoenicians, Carthaginians, Romans and Arabs left their imprint here and we can guess their way of life by observing their remains. On the coast or in the interior you will find the opportunity of discovering our varied gastronomy and quality of our wines. You can visit, if you wish, the small towns hidden behind the mountains or the more modern and lively ones on the coast, which offer the visitor a very intensive night life. Their history and monuments mark the atmosphere of our towns in the whole province. We have a lot of marinas and many facilities all along the coast to enjoy the sea and its possibilities. Golf lovers are sure to find among us courses with all kinds of facilities. We wish visitors of all ages to find among us the destination they have been looking for. I ask you to accept this information as a proposal for a meeting and receive with it a friendly welcome. I wish you enjoy your stay among us. Sebastiรกn Fernรกndez Miralles Councillor for Tourism Government of Alicante Province

Costa Blan

Beaches and nautical clubs

B eaches

and nautical clubs

Tourism of the interior

T ourism

of the interior


G olf

Leisure parks

L eisure




C ulture


F estivals



G astronomy

Fairs and conferences

F airs

and conferences


S ervices

Communications and infrastructures

C ommunications

and infrastructures

Telephones numbers of interest and map

T elephones

numbers of interest and map

Beaches The Costa Blanca has one of its main attractions in the extension of its coast, 212 kilometres, and in its mild climate with an average annual temperature of 17°C. Together with these natural conditions our beaches and its waters suffer a continuous sanitary environmental control, as it is proved by the 32 “Blue Flags” our province has received; flags given by the European Federation for the Environmental Education as a prize to the administrations that care well after the environment and services.

The beaches of the Costa Blanca have a varied recreational offer for its visitors

The orographic and geographic characteristics of the Costa Blanca determine the nature of its coast. The northern part of the province, the Marina Alta, is crossed by chains of mountains, which get into the sea forming steep cliffs of more than 150 metres high. Next to these cliffs we find caves formed by water currents coming from the heavy rainfall of the area. Denia, Jรกvea, Poble Nou de Benitachell or Benissa have small sheltered coves full of stones and difficult access by land.

“El Postiguet” beach is the most crowded beach in Alicante

In the Marina Baixa we can find less steep zones and larger beaches with softer sand like the ones in Benidorm –beaches of Poniente and Levante– or the one in the centre of La Vila Joiosa, though we have also attractive cliffs with small coves in Serra Gelada in Benidorm or in mount Mascarat, between Altea and Calp.

The southern part of the Costa Blanca, from Alicante to Pilar de la Horadada, is characterised by the extension of its beaches of soft sand, as well as by its damped land and salt marshes near the coast, such as the natural




Lagoons of La Mata in Torrevieja and “El Hondo” in Elche. The mouth of the river




damar and the sea currents have made of this town a combination of dunes of thin sand and a planted pine barrier to avoid the dunes enter the town.

Of the nearly 115 beaches and coves where we can swim, 32 have received the “Blue Flag” –an environmental qualification given by de EC– and 55 are accessible for handicapped people. Most beaches and places where you can bathe or swim are indicated in the towns and on the roads, have first aid service and sportive areas on the


sand. In some cases there are


library service and in many

have the Nature

others there are car parks,

Reserve of Tabarca Island

telephone, restaurants and lei-

in front of Santa Pola’s coast,

sure services.

which shows a great richness in


its marine bed and fauna. San Antonio’s Cape between Jávea and Denia is the other marine reserve in the Costa Blanca, which is also recommended to the scuba divers and sightseeing lovers.

You can see mount Cabeçó D’or from Muchavista beach

Torrevieja has an important number of moorings in its marinas

Campomanes Marina is located in the south of mount Mascarat

Sportive boats and cruises can moor at Alicante habour

There are 10.637 moorings all along the Costa Blanca in 17 nautical clubs and 11 marinas. Most of these clubs count with nautical schools and technical servi-


ces of maintenance for all kinds of sailing boats. In these waters we celebrate dif-


the national championship, or the “Costa Blanca Regatta” for cruises organised by

ferent championships, such as the “Tabarca Ciudad de Alicante Trophy”, valid for the Nautical Club of Denia and valid for the regional championship.

The castle of Biar is one of the milestones of the castle route

The Costa Blanca is crossed by a series of mountains

Tourism of

going in parallel north-east and south-east. This fact makes

The interior

crests and large terraced valleys: Vall d’Ebo, Vall de

the northern part of the province be formed by sharp Gallinera or Vall de Seta are examples of these hidden and picturesque valleys of rural economy.

Together with its natural appeal, the interior of the Costa Blanca shows also cultural appeals, such as the urban richness of the Arab towns, the industrial archaeology of Alcoy or the Medieval layouts of towns, such as Monforte del Cid or Biar among others.





museums or fairs are other attractions of the Costa Blanca.

This orography, together with the climatic conditions, makes the Costa Blanca one of the most interesting destinations for people fond of the interior and adventure tourism. The 99 rural houses and the 23 youth hostels spread all over this part of the province allow the organization of many different trips all throughout the year.

“La Font Roja” nature park counts with a well of snow as one of its attractions

The “Diputación Provincial” of Alicante promotes a wide net of leisure areas

The interior of the Costa Blanca has a varied repertoire of cultural attractions

In the interior of the Costa Blanca you can practise risky activities, such as paragliding, rapple, canoyning, gliding, bungee jumping or other activities, such as hiking, riding or flying in a globe. The Costa Blanca counts with nature parks such as the “Carrascar de la Font Rotja, La Sierra Mariola, El Peñón de Ifach, El Marjal Pego-Oliva, El Hondo de Elx-Crevillent, The Lagoons of La Mata y Torrevieja or the saltworks of Santa Pola; all of them are well indicated and with tourist signs in the near by towns. In these parks the visitor can combine the sightseeing with the activities of hiking and cycling.

Our mild climate allows the practice of activities in the open air all throughout the year

The Costa Blanca counts with eight nature parks with typical characteristics each one of them

golf In the Costa Blanca there are a total of 13 golf courses, which are used during the year at an average of 74%, being a 100% in summer. Our golf facilities will include in the near future a wide offer of courses having all services of hiring equipment, buggies, as well as providing areas devoted to practise and to run schools of golf in bunkers or in greens.

In the northern part of the Costa Blanca we have the golf club “La Sella” in Denia –18 holes– the golf club Jávea, the golf club Ifach in Benissa –the first one in the province– the golf club Don Cayo in Altea, all of them of nine holes. There are eight new golf courses in preparation to be added to the actual offer

The most numerous golf courses of the Costa Blanca are located in the south of the province: In Orihuela we have the golf Club VillamartĂ­n, the Golf Club Las Ramblas



the In






Rojales we have the Royal Golf Club La Marquesa and La Finca Club Algorfa, the most recent in the Costa Blanca, having all three 18 holes.

In the centre of the province we have the golf club Alicante, the golf club Bonalba in Muchamiel and the golf club Alenda in Monforte del Cid, all of them of 18 holes. In the city of Elche we have the golf club El PlantĂ­o of nine holes.

Egypt, among other Mediterranean cultures, is perfectly recreated in Terra MĂ­tica

leisure The tourist vocation of the Costa Blanca can be observed in the variety and quality of its leisure offer: Terra MĂ­tica in Benidorm with a double access from the motorway AP7 is the unique park truly thematic in Europe. The historic cultures of the Mediterranean sea are its main arguments: Greece, Rome, The Ancient Egypt, Iberia and the Isles are part of the thematic park that counts with spectacular attractions such as Magnus Colossus, the biggest big dipper of wood in Europe, Tizona, the Ulisses rescue, rafting or the Phoenix flight, descent in free fall from a height of more than 60 metres.

The Algar springs make up a spectacular scenery for swimmers and landscape lovers

Due to our mild climate, all these options are valid and can be visited with all the family nearly every day of the year.

These attractions are completed with shows of dancing, magic and Medieval tournaments as well as services of shopping and restaurants, among others. Animal lovers have shows in the different safaris we have in Benitachell, Benidorm, Pego or Elche. There are water parks all along our coast, as well as caves in Vall d’Ebo, Busot and Benidoleig.

Canelobre caves form a spectacular scenery of nature and lights

Baroque is present in Saint Mary’s Church


The “Dama de Elche” was found in the archaeological site of Alcudia at the end of XIX century

We find settlements in our province from

Elche and Alicante. The “Damas de Elche and

100.000 years BC: From prehistoric men to

Cabezó Lucero” belong to this period. The



other great discovery is Villena Treasure,

ginians, Romans, Arabs and Christians have

which is shown in the local museum and is

influenced our people and left their marks in

dated in the Bronze Age. The Roman Ilice is

this land. The first settlers we have knowled-

the centre of this culture in our province. It

ge of belong to the Middle Palaeolithic and

was communicated with the rest of the empi-

we find rests of this culture in shelters in

re by the “Via Augusta” and two branches of

Muro de Alcoy, Villena and Alcoy. After the

it connected with Lucentum (Alicante) and

Neolithic settlement and the contact with the

Dianium (Denia). As well as in Alcudia and

Phoenicians we reach the Iberian culture,

Lucentum we have Roman remains in El

very well represented in our province in the

Campello, Santa Pola, Portus Ilicitanus, Els

archaeological sites of Guardamar, Villena,

Poblets and La Vila Joiosa.



“Santiago’s” church in Orihuela is been declared a national monument

Santa Barbara’s castle is one of the main historic symbols of Alicante

The Arab era is basic to understand the culture of the Costa Blanca, because it is the origin of many of our actual urban structures, as well as of many military, civil and agricultural engineering. The layouts of Biar, Cocentaina, Elche, Monforte del Cid or Villena, among many other towns belong to this period. We can contemplate the military engineering in the magnificent castles located along the Vinalopó river from Elche up to Banyeres de Mariola. The building of these castles ended in 1609 with the expulsion of the Muslims, who left inhabited towns in the mountains as their last heritage. The first remains of the Christian world in our province correspond to the Gothic art, examples of which are found in James’s churches in Villena and Orihuela, Saint Bartholomew’s in Javea, or Saint Martin’s in Callosa de Segura.

The Arab Baths in Elche are one of the rare examples of the Muslims in the Costa Blanca

Small chapels of the so called Gothic of the Conquest are found in the towns of Biar and in the nature park “El Montgó”, between Javea and Denia. Penáguila, Cocentaina, Benissa or Calpe complete the brief tour of the first Christian art in our province.

Magdalene’s church in Novelda is an excellent example of Modernist style

The museum of the “Festa” is an essential element to know the iconography and symbolism of the “Misteri d’Elx”

The luxurious and ornamental modernist art has in Alcoy its best examples: the forge bridges, the factories by the river, the houses of modernist style constitute the best picture of this industrial town. The maritime facade of Alicante, Magdalene’s church and the Modernist Museum in Novelda, as well as the casinos in Novelda and Monovar are some other examples of Modernism.

Nevertheless, the culture of this period is characterised by Baroque, which is found in Orihuela, at the time religious capital of Alicante province. Five main monuments allow us to go through the history of art from Gothic up to Baroque. We can find some other points of interest in our province showing us this style: the churches of Pego and Aspe or the Town hall in Alicante. The fort of Bernia or the layout of Castell de Guadalest are the military variant of Baroque in the Costa Blanca. Santa Barbara’s castle deserves a special mention, being one of the most attractive pictures of the Costa Blanca.

The MARQ offers us the opportunity of knowing the prehistory and history of the Costa Blanca.


Set in the former Provincial Hospital, the Provincial Archaeological Museum of Alicante – MARQ – is an extraordinary place where to

see the historic and prehistoric richness of the Costa Blanca. Divided into different rooms to show the prehistoric world, the Iberian one, the Roman culture, the Middle Ages, the Modern and Contemporary cultures it has the most modern technologies and interactive panels to show the life of the different periods. Together with this exposition the MARQ explains in a very pleasant way the process of recovery of the archaeological sites in land, and under water. A restaurant, rooms multipurpose, a shop and rooms for investigation complete this recent museum, being the first one of the XXI century.

festival and celebrations Festivals are the transgression of the social normality in the Costa Blanca. We have a lot of possibilities of living and participating in these celebrations: fancy dresses, gunpowder noise, music, bulls in the street or in the sea, fire and fireworks, Medieval cantatas, processions are some of the options people from Alicante have to celebrate life every year.

The Holy Week has an indispensable appointment in Santa Cruz district of Alicante

The Moors and Christians of Alcoy are considered of international tourist interest

Moors and Christians are the most peculiar festival of the Costa Blanca. They reproduce the historic wars between the Moors and Christians in the Middle and Modern Ages. Nowadays, they celebrate Moors and Christians in nearly fifty towns of the Costa Blanca all throughout the year. The parades of the troupe of Moors and Christians, the embassies or the fights with blank guns between the two sides are the most attractive and commonest elements of these peculiar festivals. The pilgrimage par excellence in the Costa Blanca is the one celebrated in Alicante The “Misteri d’Elx” constitutes an unforgettable experience, set between religiosity and show business

each Thursday following the Easter Sunday going to Santa Faz. Thousands of people from Alicante and province go in pilgrimage to the nearby town of San Juan taking up the main road and buying from all the stalls placed round the church where Christ’s face image is kept. Orito, near Monforte del Cid is another point of pilgrimage to celebrate the festivity of Saint Pascal Bailón.

Fire is present in many celebrations in the Costa Blanca by means of bonfires, cardboard figures –“fallas”– , gunpowder or “fatxos”

“Els enfarinats” of Ibi are celebrated on 23 December and it is a brazen and original festival

Another peculiar festive element of the Costa Blanca, also declared of International Tourist Interest, is the representation of the “Misteri d’Elx”, which is a lyric Medieval drama sung on 14 and 15 August by a cast of non-professional masculine singers. It originates in the Medieval representations of the divine mysteries inside the temples, which were left out of them as a result of the Council of Trent, remaining this one in Elche. This drama, in two acts, is represented in Santa Maria’s church and describes the Assumption of the Virgin Mary into heaven. The set of the drama and the XV century cultured Valencian in which it is written are other elements giving value to this cultural representation.

“Las gueras”



cante, which take place from the 20 to




celebrate the summer solstice, are a display



beauty, irony, colours

“Els Bous a la Mar” –bulls at the sea –in Denia are celebrated the first week of July

and music that spread joy in the streets and squares of the city, decorated with cardboard figures that are burned on 24 June –the “Nit del Foc”– as a grand finale of

the festival.

There is not a celebration in the Costa Blanca without fireworks

Another peculiar religious celebration is the Holy Week, which has very attractive elements. Orihuela has a great tradition with its floats built by Salzillo or the curious image known as “La Diablesa” –devil woman– which is forbidden to enter the Christian temples. The tradition of the “Caballero Cubierto” –covered knight– and the Holy Burial on Holy Saturday are high moments of the Holy Week in Orihuela. Crevillente is another town celebrating the Holy Week with Mariano Benllure carvings and the wellknown choirs singing religious hymns of the XVII and XVIII centuries. In Alicante, capital of the Costa Blanca, there is a special magic moment, which is the Holy Wednesday procession in Santa Cruz district in the centre of the city, where the floats of procession go up and down its steep and narrow streets.

gastronomy The Costa Blanca has one of its greatest attractions in its gastronomy, a gastronomy based on agricultural and Arabic tradition that shows its Mediterranean character. As an entrance we have dried salty fish as tuna or similar fish. Another characteristic entrance consists of different kinds of typical cold meat. There is also “minxos”, small pizzas made of ratatouille and spinach.

Fideuá” is a variant of “el caldero” cooked with special noodles

Fishermen are the inventors of a lot of varied recipes

The wine and the alcoholic drinks of the Costa Blanca have their designation of origin. The sweet and white wines from the Marina Alta and the “Fondillón” from the Vinalopó are the best known ones. The red wine is strong and has a high degree proof. With regard to liquors taken after meals we have “Cantueso”, anisette, coffee liquor of Alcoy or “Herbero” made of aromatic herbs from mount Mariola.

The blocks of dried figs and the sweets are very typical in pilgrimages

We have typical dishes originated in the mountains for the lovers of food eaten with a spoon, such as gazpacho cooked with game, boiled chard, potatoes, green beans and onions. Stew served in three courses is typical at Christmas. We have some more recipes with fish such as the “suquet” that is a soup of fish from rock or the “borreta” made of cod.

Rice is the main ingredient of our dishes; together with paella we have rice served with stock, such as “arrós amb fessols i naps” –rice with beans and turnip– or rice cooked in the oven with beaten eggs on top. The “caldero” and “arrós a banda” are very simple to cook and recipes made by fishermen of the Costa Blanca.








desserts are the and

nougats the


cream made by craftsmen of the town of Jijona. The confectionery desserts are anisette ring-shaped bisTo go eating paella is a cultural and social activity widely spread in the Costa Blanca

cuits, sweet potato pie or “almojabenas” of Arab origin and special taste.

fairs and conferences The Provincial Board of Tourism has a specific department named “Costa Blanca Convention Bureau� to offer all companies information about the possible facilities to celebrate their conferences in our province. The Costa Blanca counts with very qualified technological institutes

The situation of the Costa Blanca as an important tourist destination and services, makes our province be a privileged place to celebrate conferences and meetings of all kinds. The climate, the excellent communications, the experience of a tourist sector with more than 150.000 beds as well as the variety of a complementary offer, make the Costa Blanca a splendid meeting point.

The hotels of the province count with facilities and experience in organising professional meetings

The Fair Institution of Alicante (IFA) is in “El Altet�, between Alicante and Elche and very near the international airport; in these specialised buildings fairs on housing, fashion, ice cream or festivals are held.

services The Costa Blanca describes an area of dynamic economy in industry and commerce. The sector of transformation




counts with typical products such as wine, fruit and vegetables, ice cream or spices, some of them having the Designation of Origin.

Our footwear industry is very well known in the world

The cherries from the mountains of the interior have the Designation of Origin

Footwear, furniture, textile, toys or marble in our province are leading economic sectors at a national level. Industrial estates, technological institutes or auxiliary industries spread in the whole province show the industrial power of the Costa Blanca.

Many important towns of our province count with large areas of commercial and leisure services, which are completed with the selling of craft products in some other towns, such as Guadalest or Gata de Gorgos.

Medlar is typical of the interior of the Marina Baixa

Marble is produced in the Medio Vinalop贸


Euromed is a high speed train connecting the Costa Blanca with Catalonia and Europe

The Costa Blanca is perfectly well communicated with the rest of Spain as well as with Europe by land and by air. The airport of Alicante is placed between the cities of Alicante and Elche and it is number seven in importance in Spain, counting 8 million passengers a year. 80% of its traffic comes from Europe. There are direct flights to the main European and National cities.

The Motorway A7 vertebrates all the Valencian Community

The Costa Blanca is crossed from the south to the north by a motorway (A7) connecting the province with Catalonia and the rest of Europe. Another motorway of recent construction (A37) communicates the A7 with Torrevieja and the southern coast of the province. There is also another motorway connecting Alicante and the southern coast with Valencia via Alcoy. This motorway will soon be communicated with the one going to Madrid.

You can go to the Balearic Islands from Denia harbour daily

Alicante harbour is one of the most important in the Mediterranean and has a great amount of traffic of goods in its commercial and container docks. Its strategic situation, in the centre of the city together with its wide leisure area makes it be a very good destination for cruises as well as for sportive




great number of moorings.

Alicante is one of the first destinations for people from Madrid, who come by train. Nowadays, Alicante is connected with Madrid and Barcelona by train at a speed over 220 kph. Another railway unites Alicante and Denia, serving its trains as an occasion to organise tourist excursions along the Costa Blanca, such as “Limón


Trenet Senderista”.

El Altet airport has received eight million passengers in 2003



The Costa Blanca, as described in the previous pages,

The Calaveras Cave. With fossilised rests of the Bronze and

offers a wide range of possibilities to the visitor, different rou-

Neolithic ages we can walk trough a corridor of 400 metres that

tes from the beach up to the mountains. Its natural appeal, its mild climate and the effort of its citizens have brought together a very rich, professional and quality tourist offer, neces-

ends in an interior lake. Tel. 966 40 42 35. Benidoleig. The Algar Springs. This peculiar spot, located at 3 kilometres

sary complement for the enjoyment of the Costa Blanca

from Callosa d’Ensarriá, is shaped by waterfalls ending in lakes. To

resources: from adventure sports to the organised routes in

hear the water run through the reeds, to swim under the water-

natural scenery.

falls, to swim in the transparent waters surrounded by leafy trees or to visit museums and gardens or aromatic herbs are pleasures

You can get more information from the Provincial Board of Tourism:

essentially Mediterranean. Sights. Tel. 965 97 21 29.

On these telephone numbers: 902 10 09 10 / 965 23 01 60, on the web:,

Cave Paintings. The cave paintings of the Mediterranean have

by E-mail:

been declared humanity heritage. The shelters and caves of the Costa Blanca are very numerous. The guided visits to La Sarga

The interior of the Costa Blanca. The interior of the Costa Blanca is full of natural charming spots. There are 30 different routes of

(Alcoy) and to Pla de Petracos (Castell de Castell) are of special interest. Tel. 965 51 80 67.

short distance to visit the best spots in Alicante province. Mountaineering Climbing Federation. Telephone number 965 43 97 47. Tabarca Island. This island has a nature marine reserve. You have to take a boat leaving Alicante harbour: Tel. 965 21 63 96; Santa Pola: Tel. 965 41 11 13; Guardamar del Segura: Tel. 966 70 21 22 or Torrevieja: Tel. 966 70 21 22.

Safari Park. It a place full of animal species from all over the world with a dolphin and seal show. Tel. 965 75 02 85. Road Pego - EI Verger. Rio Safari. It consists of a boat promenade through a scenery similar to an African savannah. Tel. 966 63 82 88. Road Santa Pola - Elche.

Benidorm Island. Boat departures from Benidorm harbour from 10 to 21 hours to visit the island, round which you can find a rich

Safari Aitana. Zoo located in a fantastic viewpoint of Alicante pro-

variety of protected species considered a marine reserve.

vince. Tel. 908 66 12 89. Road Villajoyosa-Penáguila.

The saltworks of Santa Pola. It is one of the most interesting

Terra Mítica. Enjoy the strong emotions of a journey through the

nature parks of the Costa Blanca where you can see different

Mediterranean cultures in the best thematic park of Europe.

migratory birds that spent winter there and aquatic birds such as

Tel. 966 83 51 86.

albatross and heron. Tel. 966 92 04 04.

[]. Road Benidorm-Finestrat, Camino del Moralet. Benidorm.

Canelobre Caves. Excursions to lit caves, rich in stalactites and stalagmites.

Terra Natura. A World in which you can live and bréate the har-

Open all the year. Tel. 965 69 92 50. Busot.

mony between Man and Nature. Tel. 966 81 36 55. Benidorm.

Mundomar. Park with singular landscape, lakes, marine and exotic animals in its natural habitat. Tel. 965 86 40 06. []. Sierra Helada. Rincón de Loix. Benidorm. Hot-air-balloon. Fly over the natural spots of the coast. Open all year long. Tel. 966 63 74 01. Elx. Aqualandia. Tel. 965 86 01 00. Benidorm. Aquapark. Tel. 955 71 58 90. Torrevieja Aqua Park Quesada. Tel. 966 71 46 35. Rojales.


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Average temperatures January 11ºC. February 12ºC. March 14ºC. April 16ºC. May 20ºC. June 23ºC. July 26ºC. August 27ºC. September 24ºC. October 21ºC. November 15ºC. December 12ºC.

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Average temperat. (sea water) 13º 12‚6º 13‚8º 14‚5º 16‚9º 20‚8º 23‚6º 24‚6º 25‚5º 18‚6º 14‚8º 14‚4º


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37 91 80 71 42 25 05 53 20 51 01 42 70


8 kilometres from the centre, on the N-332

Tel.: 966 91 90 00


1-3, Avda. Salamanca,

Tel.: 902 24 02 02


2, Avda. Villajoyosa

Tel.: 965 26 27 31


17, Portugal Street

Tel.: 965 13 07 00


36, Paseo de la Alameda (Valencia)


Carretera de Villamartín

Tel.: 963 35 88 10 / 963 35 88 00 Tel.: 966 73 01 17


Tourist Info. Play del Postiguet

Tel.: 965 20 00 89


9, Paseo de Sant Pere. 03590 Altea.

Tel.: 902 19 53 94


9, Oculista Buigues. 03700 Denia

Tel.: 965 78 09 57

94 15 46 14 52 84 21 37 11 70 04 58 58


Calle San Lorenzo 2, 03801 - Alcoi/Alcoy


Calle Federico García Lorca, 11 (Bajos Ayto.), 03580 - L'Alfàs del Pi

Telf.: 965 88 89 05 – Fax.: 965 88 71 12

Avenida Oscar Esplá. Platja de L'Albir 1, 03580 - L'Alfàs del Pi

Telf.: 966 86 70 22 – Fax.: 966 86 70 23


Telf.: 965 53 71 55 – Fax.: 965 53 71 52

Avenida Rambla de Méndez Núñez 23, 03002 - Alacant/Alicante

Telf.: 965 20 00 00 – Fax.: 965 20 02 43


Calle Portugal (Estación Autobuses) 17, 03003 - Alacant/Alicante

Telf.: 965 92 98 02 – Fax.: 965 92 01 12


Paseo de Gómiz s/n, 03002 - Alacant/Alicante

Telf.: 965 20 00 89 – Fax.: 965 20 00 89


Avenida Salamanca s/n, 03005 - Alacant/Alicante

Telf.: 609 36 40 99


Avenida Niza (Playa San Juan), s/n, 03540 - Alacant/Alicante

Telf.: 965 15 45 86


Calle Sant Pere 11, 03590 – Altea

Telf.: 965 84 41 14 – Fax.: 965 84 42 13


Pza. de SS.MM. Reyes de España s/n (Ayto) 03501 Benidorm

Telf.: 966 81 54 63 – Fax.: 965 86 36 25


Avenida Martínez Alejos,16 03501 Benidorm

Telf.: 902 10 05 81 – Fax.: 966 80 88 58


Avenida Europa,s/n 03502 Benidorm

Telf.: 902 10 05 83


Carretera Benidorm-Finestrat, Partida Moralet,s/n 03502 Benidorm

Telf.: 966 83 51 91 – Fax.: 966 83 51 92


Avenida Derramador s/n 03503 Benidorm

Telf.: 902 10 05 82 – Fax.: 966 80 88 58


Avenida Pais Valencià 1, 03720 – Benissa

Telf.: 965 73 22 25 – Fax.: 965 73 25 37


Calle Francisco Sendra 2b, 03720 – Benissa

Telf.: 965 73 29 91


Avenida la Marina (Zona Verde Municipal Fanadix), s/n, 03720 – Benissa

Telf.: 966 49 83 61


Avenida de Villena, 2 03410 Biar

Telf.: 965 81 11 77 – Fax.: 965 97 21 29


Partida del Algar s/n, 03510 - Callosa d'en Sarrià

Telf.: 965 97 21 29 – Fax.: 965 97 21 29


Plaza del Mosquit s/n, 03710 - Calp/Calpe

Telf.: 965 83 85 32 – Fax.: 965 83 85 31


Paseo Puerto Pesquero s/n, 03710 - Calp/Calpe

Telf.: 965 83 74 13 – Fax.: 965 83 95 17


Avenida Ejércitos Españoles 44, 03710 - Calp/Calpe

Telf.: 965 83 69 20 – Fax.: 965 83 12 50


Avenida Generalitat Valenciana s/n, 03560 - El Campello

Telf.: 965 63 46 06 – Fax.: 965 63 35 48


Plaza Mayor 3, 03420 – Castalla

Telf.: 966 56 10 18 – Fax.: 966 56 10 18


Avenida Alicante (Aparcamiento), s/n, 03517 - Castell de Guadalest

Telf.: 965 88 52 98 – Fax.: 965 88 53 85


Plaza del Pla (Patio de Armas Palau Comtal) s/n, 03820 – Cocentaina

Telf.: 965 59 01 59 – Fax.: 965 59 01 59


Plaza Oculista Buigues 9, 03700 – Dénia

Telf.: 966 42 23 67 – Fax.: 965 78 09 57


Plaza del Parc 3, 03203 - Elx/Elche

Telf.: 965 45 27 47 – Fax.: 965 45 78 94


Aerop. de Alicante. Terminal llegadas. El Altet, 03071 - Elx/Elche

Telf.: 966 91 93 67


Avenida de la Alegría s/n. La Marina, 03194 - Elx/Elche

Telf.: 965 41 97 10


Calle San Bartolomé de Tirajana. Arenales del Sol s/n, 03195 - Elx/Elche

Telf.: 966 91 01 11


Avenida de la Marina Baixa (Cala Finestrat) 14, 03509 – Finestrat

Telf.: 966 80 12 08 – Fax.: 966 80 12 72


Plaza de la Constitución 7, 03140 - Guardamar del Segura

Telf.: 965 72 44 88 – Fax.: 965 72 72 92

Calle Molivent, s/n - Terminal de Autobuses, 03140 - Guardamar del Segura

Telf.: 966 72 72 74 – Fax.: 965 72 72 92


Paseo de la Alameda, s/n - ( Alcalalí), 03727 - Xaló/Jalón

Telf.: 966 48 10 17 – Fax.: 966 48 10 17


Plaza Ramón Gonzálvez 1, 03830 - Muro de Alcoy

Telf.: 965 53 20 71 – Fax.: 965 53 20 71


Calle Mayor 6, 03660 – Novelda

Telf.: 965 60 92 28 – Fax.: 965 60 73 81


Avenida Marina Baixa 1, 03094 - La Nucia

Telf.: 966 89 56 72


Avenida Castalla 2, 03430 – Onil

Telf.: 966 54 47 05 – Fax.: 966 55 72 57


Calle Francisco Díe 25, 03300 – Orihuela

Telf.: 965 30 27 47 – Fax.: 965 30 62 94


Avenida de la Estación, s/n (Est. Intermodal), 03300 – Orihuela

Telf.: 966 73 60 89


Plaza del Oriol, 1- Urbanización Playa Flamenca, 03189 – Orihuela

Telf.: 966 76 00 00 – Fax.: 966 76 00 00



Carretera de Dénia, s/n (Esquina c/ San Rafael), 03780 – Pego

Telf.: 966 40 08 43 – Fax.: 966 40 08 43


Avenida de Madrid, 12. Junto Estación Autobuses, 03610 – Petrer

Telf.: 966 95 25 86 – Fax.: 966 95 25 86


Calle Carretillas 19, 03190 - Pilar de la Horadada,

Telf.: 966 76 70 68 – Fax.: 966 76 73 40


Carrer del Mestre Vicent 32, 03779 - Els Poblets

Telf.: 966 47 53 52 – Fax.: 966 47 53 60


Cerretera Benidorm-Polop. Miró Esq. Teulería 03520 - Polop

Telf.: 966 89 60 72


Calle Malecon de la Encantada 1, 03170 – Rojales

Telf.: 966 71 50 01 – Fax.: 966 71 47 42


Calle Amsterdam - Urbanización la Marina s/n, 03177 - San Fulgencio

Telf.: 966 79 00 21 – Fax.: 966 79 00 21


Plaza Diputación s/n, 03130 - Santa Pola

Telf.: 966 69 22 76 – Fax.: 966 69 60 39

Calle Astilleros - junto al Ayuntamiento 4, 03130 - Santa Pola

Telf.: 966 69 60 52 – Fax.: 966 69 60 39


Carretera Moraira-Teulada 51, 03724 – Teulada

Telf.: 965 74 51 68 – Fax.: 966 49 15 04


Plaza Ruiz Capdepont s/n, 03180 – Torrevieja

Telf.: 965 70 34 33 – Fax.: 965 71 59 36



Tourist Information

Calle Caballero de Rodas 27, 03180 – Torrevieja

Telf.: 965 70 61 59 – Fax.: 966 70 33 57


Plaza Bisbe Vilaplana, 9, 03786 – Alcalá de la Jovada

Telf.: 659 86 18 64


Avenida País Valencià 10 Bajo, 03570 - La Vila Joiosa/Villajoyosa

Telf.: 966 85 13 71 – Fax.: 966 85 29 47


Plaza de Santiago 5, 03400 – Villena

Telf.: 965 80 38 04 – Fax.: 965 80 37 06


Avenida del Pla, -Residencial La Plaza 136, 03730 - Xàbia/Jávea

Telf.: 966 46 06 05 – Fax.: 965 79 62 58


Plaza de la Iglesia 6, 03730 - Xàbia/Jávea

Telf.: 965 79 43 56 – Fax.: 965 79 63 17


Calle Almirante Bastarreche 11, 03730 - Xàbia/Jávea

Telf.: 965 79 07 36 – Fax.: 965 79 60 57


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