El Castell de Guadalest, known usually as Guadalest, is a small town in Valencia, in a mountainous part of the comarca of Marina Baixa, in the province of Alicante, Spain. Guadalest covers an area of 16 sq km, and has a population of around 200 inhabitants. Guadalest is approximately 25 kilometres inland from Benidorm.
In between Altea to the south and Javea to the north, Calpe with its about 13 000 inhabitants is known for its rock called the penon de lfach. See picture to the right.
Famous for its church Nuestra Senora del Consuelo or Virgen de Consuelo with its fantastic looking blue roof. Altea is one of the view villages which maintained most of the former fishing village flair of the past times.
Located about 45 km northeast of Alicante, just south of Altea, Benidorm is one main attraction along the Costa Blanca. Despite its skyscraper skyline, it stands for beach and nightlife; Lots of Benidorm nightlife.
The Chocolate City...need I say more!
With many historical buildings around the entire city, Alicante offers countless sightseeing attractions, from cathedrals to churches and of course a wonderful harbor area. Additional to sightseeing, direct from the harbor area, a long wide sandy beach leads its way up to San Juan.
World Heritage site and the capital of Palm trees!
Santa Pola: http://www.alicante-spain.com/santa-pola.html
Santa Pola is an old Roman town built around a central fort. One of the most remarkable attractions is the auctioning of the fresh fish that arrives on the fishing boats every afternoon
The entire area around Torrevieja and Orihuela is famous for their salt production. Huge salt lakes surround the road down from Alicante.
If you like castles, nearly every town seems to have one!
Golf: http://www.alicante-spain.com/alicante-golf.html and http://www.greenfeesdirect.com/ are a good start.
Check latest websites, but this gives you a good idea of availability of courses.
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