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Alicante: Food Walking Tour with Wine Tasting and Tapas

1. Alicante: Food Walking Tour with Wine Tasting and Tapas

Hungry for Alicante? Stroll around the narrow streets of Alicante and sample a variety of local dishes as you explore the city. Food and sightseeing combine for a fun afternoon of exploring the city. Join an expert guide for a scenic walk around the city while tasting local delicacies along the way – what could be better? First stop at the local bar where you will enjoy a local gastronomy introduction traditions, customs and local words. Taste the first glass of white wine paired with tapas. Second stop at the main food market marvel at the local atmosphere and learn about the local products fresh seafood, almonds, fresh fruits, and vegetables included. Stop at a local tapas bar within the food market. Feel like a local drinking your caña (draft beer) or a Monastrell red wine from Alicante paired with delicious and fresh seafood tapas and local salads. Third stop at a local bar to continue with the local traditions taste the best Montadito from Alicante and make a final toast with local liquor. *Food market will be available from Tuesday to Saturday up to 2:30 pm. The market will be replaced by local bars or restaurants on Sunday and Monday.

Alicante: Canelobre Caves Tour with Transport

2. Alicante: Canelobre Caves Tour with Transport

Be wowed by the cathedral-like interior of Canelobre Caves on this inclusive trip. Sit back, relax and let your driver take the strain as you leave Alicante. After arriving, take in panoramic mountain and sea views from a vantage point 700m above altitude. Next, adjust your eyes and duck into the vast caves for a guided tour. Learn about their rocks, features and microclimate from your local guide. Marvel at the wonder of stalagmites, stalactites and other prehistoric features. Take a break on your journey back to Alicante, as your guide shows you the charming town of Busot along the way.

Alicante: Banana Boat Ride

3. Alicante: Banana Boat Ride

Enjoy with your friends the most fun and hooligan activity in Alicante. You can come in groups of 10 people, which are the seats of our banana, but if you are more do not worry we adapt to any group taking turns to ride. Without a doubt, it is a perfect activity to come with friends or family, even to spend a bachelor or bachelorette party that is impossible to forget. The banana ride will make you enjoy a moment of lots of laughter and adrenaline, trying not to fall will be impossible. Do not hesitate and make your reservation so you do not miss the most fun activity of the summer.

Alicante Charming Villages Tour: Villajoyosa and Altea

4. Alicante Charming Villages Tour: Villajoyosa and Altea

Escape the hustle and bustle of Alicante to experience the more laid-back charms of 2 of Alicante province’s most enchanting villages. Following a pick-up from your hotel in the city center, transfer to the coastal town of Villajoyosa, known to locals as simply “La Villa,” and explore its historic heart to see golden sand beaches and brightly colored houses. Famed for its chocolate industry, you will also visit a family run artisan chocolate factory to learn more about the chocolate industry. Walk along the seafront promenade to feel the ocean breeze. Continue to Altea to discover a labyrinth of streets of whitewashed homes. Walk down cobblestone streets full of character. Marvel at the blue and white tiled church, and enjoy panoramic views of the surrounding mountains of the Serra de Bèrnia and Mediterranean Sea. Relax in one of Altea's cafés or restaurants, and experience the town’s pleasant micro-climate and palm tree-lined promenade.

Benidorm: 4-Hour Private City and Guadalest Tour

5. Benidorm: 4-Hour Private City and Guadalest Tour

Experience a unique perspective of Benidorm as you tour the city with a local guide. Get picked up from your hotel and head out for a private walking tour of the city center before heading to the mountains. In Benidorm, see sights such as the historical center, the beautiful San Jaime Church and the beaches of Levante and Poniente. Afterward, enjoy stunning panoramic views from the balcony of the Mediterranean. Later, continue to the Guadalest Valley. Although it is just 20 minutes from Benidorm, you will feel as though you are in a completely different place when you reach this stunning mountain range. Admire breathtaking views of Sierra d´Aixorta, Sierra de Serella and Sierra de Aitana. Pay a visit to the Old Town and the Castle San Jose Quarter before getting dropped off back at your hotel.

Alicante: City Highlights Walking Tour with Drinks

6. Alicante: City Highlights Walking Tour with Drinks

Be prepared to fall in love with Alicante in 3 hours. This is the best of the all in one day! Learn about the Casa Carbonel building history Visit the Santa Maria oldest church from Alicante Walk along the Villa Calle vieja the entrance to the ol medieval city of Alicante Surprised at the Santa Cruz neighbourhood with the colourfull facades and local vibes Mingle with locals at a bustling food market Marvel with the Santa Barbara castle view point and history where you will enjoy a glass of wine or beer from alicante. Soak up awe-inspiring scenery and explore the city like a local. This Alicante walking tour is a great orientation for first-time visitor.

From Alicante: Valencia Full-Day Guided Tour

7. From Alicante: Valencia Full-Day Guided Tour

We will 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. We will discover the very Holy Chalice inside the Cathedral, feel the emotion in the Basilica of the Virgin of the Forsaken and 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. We will finish the tour centre in "La Albufera de Valencia" which was declared a natural park in 1986; however, its history goes back much further in time. Before returning to Alicante we will make a stop to captivate ourselves with its splendor and its charm that attracts unprecedented fauna and flora. We will know more about its history and natural value for the ecosystem of the region.

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What people are saying about Alicante

Fixed the language issue due to a web problem, everything was perfect. Local guide: Punctuality in the collection and transfers. Sympathy, closeness and knowledge of the guide. Entering the caves before the organized groups of people were formed and the explanations received about the cave and the stories along the way were very complete. Visit to Bussot recommended. Small group that makes the personalized experience. Thanks to Alberto.

It was very well done, pick up point was convenient and couldn't be missed in front of the Melia hotel entrance. The tour guide was very personable and nice, I liked it very much, it was also nice that it was a small group and not such a large horde, can only recommend it.

Super fun experience! Enthusiastic guide, and wonderful tour with a small group. Highly recommended

Nos gusto muchísimo y la already Alberto very prepared, amable y profesional, graciassss

All great, the guide super friendly and very professional