Things to do in Elche

Our most recommended things to do in Elche

Torrevieja: 20-Minute Flyboard Experience

1. Torrevieja: 20-Minute Flyboard Experience

Make your childhood dreams of being able to fly come true with this flyboard session. With the help of a professional guide, you'll be taking to the skies and diving in and out of the sea like a dolphin in no time. Departing from the port, join up to 6 other passengers on a boat and head out to sea. Enjoy refreshments onboard and bathe in the sea while the other passengers take their turn. Before you begin your session, listen to a quick safety briefing and practice from your guide and get kitted out with all the necessary equipment. You will spend approximately 1 hour at sea. Rise as high as you feel comfortable with and admire panoramic views of the surrounding area and try out new tricks before coming back down to earth.

Elche: Outdoor Urban Escape Room Game

2. Elche: Outdoor Urban Escape Room Game

Become the protagonist of your own adventure as you race around the streets of Elche in an outdoor escape game. Choose between two challenges and receive both a physical box and a digital app to help guide you through the Palm Grove Route — a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and other historical buildings. Before your adventure, receive a physical box posted to your address that contains reports, maps, photographs, and letters. Download the digital app and discover videos, games, clues, and information about Elche's landmarks. Combine the app and physical materials to solve the mystery. Feel like a detective as you walk through Elche's streets and parks, lined with over 200,000 palm trees from all over the world. You can choose between two different options:  The Masked MurdererInvestigate the identity of a serial killer who has killed several young women, broadcasting the murders on social media and moving their bodies to well-known places in Elche. The Spear of DestinyGet hold of the Spear of Destiny before it falls into enemy hands. Through a telegram sent between two Nazi collaborators, historian Sarah Levi has traced the Spear of Destiny, with which the Romans killed Jesus Christ on the cross, to Elche. Now it's your job to locate it.

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