Guadalest and Alicante

Let’s go to Guadalest and Alicante!

Guadalest, one of the most beautiful villages in Spain.
It is located on a mountain, it has a population of 300 people but has more than a million of tourists all year around. This town has more museums per inhabitant than the whole Spain, among them most famous are, Museum of Ribera Girona, Salt and Pepper Museum, MicroGigante Museum etc. You can see The list of museums here:

9:00 We will leave from Valencia.
11:00 Arrival to Guadalest, a 30 minute break and we will visit the castle.
We have until 15:30 to see the whole town.
at 15:30 p.m. we will leave for Alicante, where we will arrive around 16:30 p.m.
We will see the castle and go down to the city. where we will see, the port and Christmas market.
and at 19:30 p.m. we are to return to Valencia.

Alicante is a port city located on the Mediterranean coast, where we will see the Santa Bárbara Castle, Historical Center, Port and Christmas Market that is one of the most beautiful in Spain and Europe.

Alicante is a very good option for a weekend, one of the best places in Spain.
The Castle of Santa Barbara is a privileged viewpoint of the city and a special place full of mystery. Many do not know that some horror films were shot there like “El conde Drácula” of 1970 and “Drácula contra Frankenstein” of 1974.

How much? What’s included and how to book?
The price is 17 euros, and includes:
Private bus Valencia-Guadalest
Visits in the castles, historical centers, Port, Christmas Marking etc…
Private bus Guadalest – Alicante – Valencia
Where can you pay?
Monday: Bigben, Plaza Honduras 36, (20:30 – 23:30)
Tuesday: Upper Club, Gran vía Marqués de Turía 40 (20:30 – 23:30)
Wednesday: EOI(17:30 – 20:00) or UNIC, Plaza tossal (20:30 – 23:30)
Thursday: Bigben, Plaza Honduras 36, (20:30 – 23:30)
Friday: Mya 23:30 – 01:00
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All our trips are organised by Travel Agency CoAcad under licence  CV-m-1881-V.
Organizamos nuestro viaje con agencia de viaje COACAD, con numero de licencia. CV-m-1881-V

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