Seven Amazing Adventures Waiting For You At Alicante

The Alicante province offers way more than meets the eye. Do you want to know the connoisseur treasures hidden for a few? Read on and enjoy the best seven adventures in Alicante.

From Alcoi to Via Verde

Alcoi is surrounded by water coming from Barxell and Molinar rivers. This, beyond the city's architectural beauty, makes way for the Via Verde, a natural path taking you to waterfalls, tunnels, and bridges. Among them, the "Puente de las Siete Lunas” (Seven Moons Bridge) is its main attraction.

Make your way among fields of almond trees and catch the sunset at one of Spain's most magical spots.

Mount Montgó (between Denia and Javea)

Mount Montgó isn´t necessarily tall at 753 meters but it does have some of Spain´s most beautiful views. To begin with, you can walk through the trails and reach:

  • Camí de la Colonia
  • Cova del Gamell
  • Cova de L’Aigua
  • Racó del Bou
  • Jesús Pobre
  • Final de les Rotes
  • Cima Les Planes

But that's not all, the true jewel of your visit to Mount Montgó is the breathtaking Cova Tallada, an old cave made in a cliff over Cabo San Antonio. You can't leave the region without visiting it. 

The Vall de Laguar 

In this magical place, you can find the best of Spain’s multicultural past and some of the most beautiful natural wonders of the region too. Make sure to wear comfortable shoes since the 6,700 steps carved directly into the rock by the Moorish will have you walking for a while.

Make sure you don't miss the medieval castles from the 12th century as well as the churches and the Ermita de San José.

Guadalest, culture at its best

This little pearl fell from the pockets of Time and stayed as a timeless wonder you can visit. Although it suffered two major earthquakes in 1644 and 1748, the San José castle still looks over the city, handsome and proud near the sky. Also, the Guadalest dam provides the area with a turquoise water mirror from which many trails will take you to magical views.

Finally, don't miss the medieval prison and the Orduña family house. 

From Altea to L’Abrir lighthouse

You can't help falling in love with this little fishing village where daily life and art coexist naturally next to the ocean. You'll find Moorish legacy and tiles in every house with fresh flowers and old buildings like the twin-dome Nuestra Señora del Consuelo.

Once you're done, head to L’Abrir and walk the trail to the lighthouse for an unforgettable experience.

Spend a day at Isla de Tabarca

This island was the first marine reservation in the entire Spanish territory. Still today it is a special zone for bird protection. You can only go there by boat; the views of the beaches and coves will add magic to your day.

Also, visit the lighthouse, the churches, fortified towns, and the museum as well as the restaurants. You'll eat the best fish in the entire region.

Torrevieja’s natural and industrial patrimony

Torrevieja lagoon is not only 1,400 hectares, but it is also pink. Next to it, you'll find the La Mata lagoon with 700 hectares of blue water. Together, they form a natural park right in the heart of Spain's salt industry. Moreover, taking the trails from the lagoons will take you on a path to see flamingos and other local fauna and flora. 

Finally, end the day at the museum and learn more about Spanish history.


These hidden gems in one of Spain's most visited regions are a must for tourists. Don't miss out and take a deeper look at Spain's natural wonders and rich cultural heritage.

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