Benidorm Neighborhood tours

Our most recommended Benidorm Neighborhood tours

From Albir and Benidorm: Guadalest and Algar Waterfalls Tour

1. From Albir and Benidorm: Guadalest and Algar Waterfalls Tour

Head inland for a ride up into the mountains on this full-day tour. Stop at Guadalest and take time to explore the mountaintop village and visit some of the numerous museums, shops and cafés. Descend to the village of Callosa before reaching Algar. Enjoy lunch at a typical restaurant, at your own expense. Each of the restaurants has its own swimming pool that you can use free of charge. Relax and enjoy the Algar Waterfalls in a peaceful setting and dip your toes in one of the many pools. For the more adventurous, there are areas designated for diving*. It was the inclusion of the waterfalls in one of the episodes of ITVs hit series Benidorm that made the attraction famous. It is possible that at certain times of the year you may not be able to enter the waters of the falls if it is deemed unsafe to do so by the local authorities.

From Benidorm: Guided Day Trip to Bocairent

2. From Benidorm: Guided Day Trip to Bocairent

We will visit a mountain village perched on the rock, surrounded by the landscape of the Sierra de Mariola natural park. Its medieval quarter has labyrinthine streets and houses half-carved into the stone. There we can visit monuments that are rare in other places, such as the snowfield located in the town, the church of the Asunción, which has an extraordinary goldsmith's museum, the Plaza de Toros, which dates from 1843 and whose site is excavated in the rock and the most famous monument of the town, which is the set of caves excavated by the Berbers called 'covetes dels Moros' and which can be visited inside. We will also get to know the local products with a tasting of herbero and pericana liqueur.

From Benidorm: Guided Day Trip to Valencia

3. From Benidorm: Guided Day Trip to Valencia

An opportunity to deep dive into the history, art, culture, traditions, myths, and legends of the third largest city in Spain. We will explore the famous City of Arts and Sciences (with futuristic structures, such as the planetarium, the oceanarium, and an interactive museum); followed by visiting the historic center of the city that has more than 2,000 years of history. Valencia city has been home to Romans, Visigoths, and Muslims since it was founded in 138 BC, and boasts one of the largest historic centers in Europe. Discover the work of the Valencian architect Santiago Calatrava, who has several buildings that have become icons of the city. It is a scientific and cultural leisure complex better known as the City of Arts and Sciences. Explore the very Holy Chalice inside the Cathedral, and feel the emotion in the Basilica of the Virgin of the Forsaken. Get to know the Central Market with all its stalls full of top-quality fresh food. Rest enjoying some tapas in the sun on one of its terraces and continue with the Lonja de la Seda, a jewel of civil Gothic. And, if you have any strength left, you cannot miss the so-called Valencian Sistine Chapel: The Church of San Nicolás.

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