Alluring Altea Holidays
Now a pretty little town along the White Coast, Altea was once a quaint fishing village where small boats would reel in their catches of the day and take them to market – fortunately for tourists, Altea holidays are not without this old-style charm and the area has held on to its traditional Spanish flair. Known as one of the most beautiful and well-placed towns in Costa Blanca, this commune is made up of two parts, the old and new neighbourhoods. Heading to the old neighbourhood will perch you upon the verdant hilly landscape, showcasing outstanding panoramic views, while the new neighbourhood revels in its own architectural beauty with authentic village buildings painting the scene here.
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Altea, Costa Blanca
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- Time Zone: GMT +
- Average flight time: 2h 50m
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With its picturesque streets, lively seafront and distinctly Spanish feel, holidays in Altea are a great way to discover Spain's charming Costa Blanca. If you're lucky enough to be heading here on a holiday, check out our list of top Altea things to do.
Small museums and picturesque structures decorate this town in Spain, sloping slowly downwards towards Altea Beach, a quiet and serene setting where you can really unwind and release yourself from the trying trials of everyday life. Holidays to Altea will also allow you to experience a plethora of activities and alluring attractions during your stay. Make sure you head to Benidorm if you want to engage in an array of family fun, with touristy restaurants and entertainment only a stone’s throw away.
After having relaxed for a day or two on the luxurious beaches, you’ll likely want to venture away and explore the surrounding areas of this diverse location, in particular, Albir - a modern resort where numerous fiestas are celebrated between the months of March and December every year. If you’d like to add some history and heritage to your Altea holidays, then you’ll be well served when visiting Alfaz del Pi, dating back to Moorish occupation this town was once a fortified settlement protecting the southern shores from pirates.