Things to do in
Callosa d'Ensarria

Our most recommended things to do in Callosa d'Ensarria

From Albir, Altea, Benidorm & Calpe: Guadalest & Algar Tour

1. From Albir, Altea, Benidorm & Calpe: Guadalest & Algar Tour

Guadalest is one of the most visited villages in Spain attracting more than 2 million people a year who indulge in its history, stunning views and quirky museums that offer a one of a kind experience to visitors of the Costa Blanca. The Algar waterfalls are without doubt the most visited natural attraction on the Costa Blanca and are the perfect way to cool down, refresh and have some fun and respite from the midday sun. Your journey will start with a pickup by air-conditioned coach from one of the points in Albir, Altea Benidorm or Calpe*. Once everyone is on board, the travelling time to the medieval mountain top village of Guadalest is around 35-40 minutes. Upon arrival, you will be given 2-hours of free time to explore the falls and surrounding area at your own pace. Visting times in Guadalest may increase to three hours during the months of Jun and September. Your exact visit time will be given to you on the day of travel. After the visit to Guadalest you will head to the waterfalls for an afternoon at natures own waterpark. The falls are set on numerous levels with various points where you can swim, a diving area and gentle streams and pools for those wishing to immerse themselves in the natural mountain waters. A good level of physical ability is required as you may be required to walk up a steep hill to get to the waterfall entrance and once in, you will have steps to climb at the side of the waterfalls, leading to the other areas. As they are natural falls, the rocks can be uneven and slippy. Beach shoes are advisable and flip flops / sliders are not suitable. This excursion is not suitable for people with walking difficulties. For those wanting to take a picnic, there is a designated picnic area which is out of the main waterfalls. It is not permitted to take food and drink into the falls. There are bars and restaurants in the area which are reasonably priced and recommendable. The excursion will be accompanied by an English speaking representative who will confirm timings and meeting points on the day. The return journey will be made with drop offs at the original meeting points being made in reverse order, starting in Benidorm and finishing in Albir. Services from Calpe and Altea may be combined with those from Albir and Benidorm and the journey route will be determined on the day. Please be aware that the waterfalls can get very busy during the summer months. There may be certain times of the year that it is not permitted to enter the water at the falls, if it is deemed unsafe to do so by the local authorities. The excursion will still operate in these conditions unless the waterfalls are closed. Activity duration times are only a guideline and can vary.

From Alicante/Benidorm: Guadalest and Algar Waterfalls Tour

2. From Alicante/Benidorm: Guadalest and Algar Waterfalls Tour

Combine the cultural richness of Guadalest with the natural relaxation of the Algar Waterfalls on this day trip from Alicante or Benidorm. Discover panoramic viewpoints and historic architecture in Guadalest, then swim in the natural pools of the Algar Waterfalls. After going to the meeting point in Alicante or Benidorm, board your transportation for the journey to the beautiful village of Guadalest. Once there, marvel at a village perched on a rocky ridge, and take in breathtaking panoramic views in the heart of the Spanish countryside. Feel transported back in time as you explore Guadalest's cobbled streets, medieval castle, and whitewashed houses. Admire the ancient architecture, discover the village's fascinating history, and soak in the picturesque atmosphere. After this cultural immersion, continue to the Algar Waterfalls, a natural oasis of stunning beauty declared a Protected Wetland Zone in 2002. Once there, walk along shaded trails lined with lush vegetation and be carried away by the gentle murmur of crystal-clear waterfalls. Relax in the natural pools of pure water, perfect for a refreshing swim in the midst of nature. There is everything you need for a good time: bathrooms, picnic areas, and tranquil scenery of springs and wooden bridges. Afterward, return to Alicante or Benidorm for drop-off.

Benidorm: Guided Jeep Trip to Guadalest and Algar Falls

3. Benidorm: Guided Jeep Trip to Guadalest and Algar Falls

Embark on a full-day trip to Guadalest and see the Algar Waterfalls in a convertible 4x4 vehicle from Benidorm. Discover the natural beauty of the Costa Blanca, as you follow secondary roads, forest tracks, and spectacular ravines, and climb to 1000m in altitude for unforgettable panoramic views. Visit the town of Guadalest, chosen as one of the most beautiful towns in Spain with plenty of places to have a snack or try some tapas. Continue to the natural area of the Fuentes del Algar, with its crystal clear waters and beautiful waterfalls. Enjoy free time to take a refreshing bath or a little dip (throughout the year). Next, drive through a humid river bed where thousands of reed stems make multiple tunnels. Marvel at this beautiful feature before returning to your hotel in Benidorm.

Benidorm: Jungle or Algar Waterfalls Quad Tour

4. Benidorm: Jungle or Algar Waterfalls Quad Tour

Arrive and meet your guide for a safety briefing and in-depth training session. Get fitted with helmet. Then, take off on your quad bike for an adventure Jungle tour or Algar Waterfalls Tour. Enjoy the thrill of driving on dirt tracks and off-road along a river bed to Callosa. The Algar Waterfalls Tour, take a break to have a snack and see the falls up close. The Jungle have no break at the algar waterfalls. Drive back to Altea via mostly unpaved roads. Return to the starting point along the beach promenade and enjoy a barbecue (for an additional cost) if your group size is more than 5 people. Choose the pickup service option to get picked up and dropped off at your accommodation.

Bolulla: Canyoning in Estret de les Penyes

5. Bolulla: Canyoning in Estret de les Penyes

Located between the towns of Callosa d'Ensarriá and Bolulla, the Estret de les Penyes ravine, also known as the Bolulla ravine, is a short but intense canyoning itinerary distinguished by its thermal springs and a narrow corridor of rocks shaped by the passage of water. Whether you come alone, with a partner or with the whole family, enjoy this beautiful aquatic canyon trip through a corridor of stone walls, crystal-clear water pools and a final 20-metres high waterfall with a fantastic abseil for the ones who dare the most. Are you eager now to discover all that the Estret de les Penyes ravine has to offer you?

Our most recommended things to do in Callosa d'Ensarria

From Albir, Altea, Benidorm & Calpe: Guadalest & Algar Tour

From Albir, Altea, Benidorm & Calpe: Guadalest & Algar Tour

Guadalest is one of the most visited villages in Spain attracting more than 2 million people a year who indulge in its history, stunning views and quirky museums that offer a one of a kind experience to visitors of the Costa Blanca. The Algar waterfalls are without doubt the most visited natural attraction on the Costa Blanca and are the perfect way to cool down, refresh and have some fun and respite from the midday sun. Your journey will start with a pickup by air-conditioned coach from one of the points in Albir, Altea Benidorm or Calpe*. Once everyone is on board, the travelling time to the medieval mountain top village of Guadalest is around 35-40 minutes. Upon arrival, you will be given 2-hours of free time to explore the falls and surrounding area at your own pace. Visting times in Guadalest may increase to three hours during the months of Jun and September. Your exact visit time will be given to you on the day of travel. After the visit to Guadalest you will head to the waterfalls for an afternoon at natures own waterpark. The falls are set on numerous levels with various points where you can swim, a diving area and gentle streams and pools for those wishing to immerse themselves in the natural mountain waters. A good level of physical ability is required as you may be required to walk up a steep hill to get to the waterfall entrance and once in, you will have steps to climb at the side of the waterfalls, leading to the other areas. As they are natural falls, the rocks can be uneven and slippy. Beach shoes are advisable and flip flops / sliders are not suitable. This excursion is not suitable for people with walking difficulties. For those wanting to take a picnic, there is a designated picnic area which is out of the main waterfalls. It is not permitted to take food and drink into the falls. There are bars and restaurants in the area which are reasonably priced and recommendable. The excursion will be accompanied by an English speaking representative who will confirm timings and meeting points on the day. The return journey will be made with drop offs at the original meeting points being made in reverse order, starting in Benidorm and finishing in Albir. Services from Calpe and Altea may be combined with those from Albir and Benidorm and the journey route will be determined on the day. Please be aware that the waterfalls can get very busy during the summer months. There may be certain times of the year that it is not permitted to enter the water at the falls, if it is deemed unsafe to do so by the local authorities. The excursion will still operate in these conditions unless the waterfalls are closed. Activity duration times are only a guideline and can vary.

From Alicante/Benidorm: Guadalest and Algar Waterfalls Tour

From Alicante/Benidorm: Guadalest and Algar Waterfalls Tour

Combine the cultural richness of Guadalest with the natural relaxation of the Algar Waterfalls on this day trip from Alicante or Benidorm. Discover panoramic viewpoints and historic architecture in Guadalest, then swim in the natural pools of the Algar Waterfalls. After going to the meeting point in Alicante or Benidorm, board your transportation for the journey to the beautiful village of Guadalest. Once there, marvel at a village perched on a rocky ridge, and take in breathtaking panoramic views in the heart of the Spanish countryside. Feel transported back in time as you explore Guadalest's cobbled streets, medieval castle, and whitewashed houses. Admire the ancient architecture, discover the village's fascinating history, and soak in the picturesque atmosphere. After this cultural immersion, continue to the Algar Waterfalls, a natural oasis of stunning beauty declared a Protected Wetland Zone in 2002. Once there, walk along shaded trails lined with lush vegetation and be carried away by the gentle murmur of crystal-clear waterfalls. Relax in the natural pools of pure water, perfect for a refreshing swim in the midst of nature. There is everything you need for a good time: bathrooms, picnic areas, and tranquil scenery of springs and wooden bridges. Afterward, return to Alicante or Benidorm for drop-off.

Benidorm: Guided Jeep Trip to Guadalest and Algar Falls

Benidorm: Guided Jeep Trip to Guadalest and Algar Falls

Embark on a full-day trip to Guadalest and see the Algar Waterfalls in a convertible 4x4 vehicle from Benidorm. Discover the natural beauty of the Costa Blanca, as you follow secondary roads, forest tracks, and spectacular ravines, and climb to 1000m in altitude for unforgettable panoramic views. Visit the town of Guadalest, chosen as one of the most beautiful towns in Spain with plenty of places to have a snack or try some tapas. Continue to the natural area of the Fuentes del Algar, with its crystal clear waters and beautiful waterfalls. Enjoy free time to take a refreshing bath or a little dip (throughout the year). Next, drive through a humid river bed where thousands of reed stems make multiple tunnels. Marvel at this beautiful feature before returning to your hotel in Benidorm.

Benidorm: Jungle or Algar Waterfalls Quad Tour

Benidorm: Jungle or Algar Waterfalls Quad Tour

Arrive and meet your guide for a safety briefing and in-depth training session. Get fitted with helmet. Then, take off on your quad bike for an adventure Jungle tour or Algar Waterfalls Tour. Enjoy the thrill of driving on dirt tracks and off-road along a river bed to Callosa. The Algar Waterfalls Tour, take a break to have a snack and see the falls up close. The Jungle have no break at the algar waterfalls. Drive back to Altea via mostly unpaved roads. Return to the starting point along the beach promenade and enjoy a barbecue (for an additional cost) if your group size is more than 5 people. Choose the pickup service option to get picked up and dropped off at your accommodation.

Bolulla: Canyoning in Estret de les Penyes

Bolulla: Canyoning in Estret de les Penyes

Located between the towns of Callosa d'Ensarriá and Bolulla, the Estret de les Penyes ravine, also known as the Bolulla ravine, is a short but intense canyoning itinerary distinguished by its thermal springs and a narrow corridor of rocks shaped by the passage of water. Whether you come alone, with a partner or with the whole family, enjoy this beautiful aquatic canyon trip through a corridor of stone walls, crystal-clear water pools and a final 20-metres high waterfall with a fantastic abseil for the ones who dare the most. Are you eager now to discover all that the Estret de les Penyes ravine has to offer you?

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