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From Benidorm: Algar Waterfalls and El Castell de Guadalest

1. From Benidorm: Algar Waterfalls and El Castell de Guadalest

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.

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Benidorm: Forestal Park

2. Benidorm: Forestal Park

Visit Forestal Park and enjoy one of the newest and most popular theme parks in La Nucia-Benidorm. At this unique site you will enjoy adventures from treetop to treetop. On your 2 to 3-hour visit you will experience a variety of zip lines and a Tarzan swing, cross a Tibetan bridge, climb walls and try out your choice of many other exciting activities. This authentic adventure is recommended for everyone, including children from 6 years old and 1.10 meters or above in height. Slide down the longest zip line in Mallorca, over 200 meters in length, climb up 20 meters, and overcome a variety of challenges. Choose between the Family and the Adventure Circuits. The Family Circuit has been adapted to families, school groups, and beginner adults. The Circuit involves 4 different course of increasing difficultly level, as well as 28 different crossings and 4 fantastic zip lines in the forest. Alternatively, the Adventure Circuit is suitable for teenagers and adults who want a challenge - children over the age of 13 can take part without an accompanying adult. This circuit involves 15 games, 4 zip lines, a large double zip line of 300 m, and a Tarzan jump at the end. Please note that special fitness is not required and all the difficult games have an escape exit.

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Costa Blanca Downhill Bike Ride

3. Costa Blanca Downhill Bike Ride

This 6.5-hour activity begins with a pick-up at your accommodation in or near Benidorm at around 10:00 AM. After a 60-minute drive you’ll reach the top of Mount Aitana, where you'll be fitted with a safety helmet, listen to detailed safety talk, and receive your bike. Ride downhill all the way, or cycle as much or as little as you like, as the minibus will always be there if you need it. After around 5 miles you’ll reach the village of Penaguila, stopping along the way to ensure your comfort. Enjoy a drink of fresh spring water while the bikes are loaded onto the trailer. Then you’ll take another downhill glide from the highest point of the ride into the village of Alcoleja. Drive up to the Safari Aitana Park restaurant for lunch at approximately 12:45 PM (not included in the tour price). In the afternoon your ride takes you past the village of Sella, where the ride ends. Head to a local bar for a beverage to celebrate your achievement and receive your certificate as proof that you've ridden 30 kilometers in the Costa Blanca mountains. You’ll be transferred back to your accommodation, arriving at about 04:00 PM.

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Benidorm: Authentic Segway Machine Tour

4. Benidorm: Authentic Segway Machine Tour

Start off the tour with a brief introduction that includes a 15 minute training session to learn how to operate the Segway. During the ride you will always be accompanied by an instructor-guide with a wireless audio system that will allow you to easily listen to all his explanations. Benidorm is a tourist resort with promenades, modern buildings and an old fishing town where a castle used to stand. Segway your way around the main landmarks of the city and discover its singular mix of tradition and modernity. During the ride you will go through avenues and parks and you will see the City Hall and the bull ring, where Spanish song festivals took place and the famous singer Julio Iglesias started off his successful career.

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Costa Blanca Guided Walk

5. Costa Blanca Guided Walk

Choose a between a vast range of walking routes which cater for all abilities including: Guadalest Reservoir Circuit (Easy); Sella - Relleu - Sella (Easy); Bernia (Moderate);Sanchett (Moderate); Puig Campana Circuit (Moderate); Aitana (Strenuous); Puig Campana Summit (Strenuous). Meet your guide who speaks, English, Spanish, and German. Walk through the mountains of Spain's Costa Blanca. Take in some of the most beautiful views in the world which are relatively undiscovered by tourists. On the more strenuous routes, take the opportunity to explore summits and mountain ranges that are higher than Ben Nevis. Learn a wealth of local knowledge on the Costa Blanca from your guide as you explore the natural surroundings.

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Benidorm: 4-Hour Private City and Guadalest Tour

6. 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.

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From Benidorm, Albir, Altea or Calpe: Coast & Caves Trip

7. From Benidorm, Albir, Altea or Calpe: Coast & Caves Trip

Benefit from pick-up at one of 20 collection points in Benidorm, Albir, Altea or Calpe, and then travel by air-conditioned coach along the coastline of the Costa Blanca. Benefit from the services of an English-speaking driver as you make your way towards the medieval town of Benissa. Stroll the cobblestone streets lined with ancient buildings and whitewashed houses on arrival. Marvel at the large church and get taken to an untouched mansion to learn how people lived in the 18th century. Continue through valleys of vineyards and almond and orange orchards. Arrive at the Cueva de las Calaveras (Cave of Skulls), said to have been formed more than 150 million years ago. Avail of the discounted entrance fee if you want to look inside. Find a nice spot for lunch at your own expense before heading to the coastal town of Moraira to get some free time to explore independently before driving back to the meeting point.

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What people are saying about Benidorm

Overall rating

4.8 / 5

based on 18 reviews

The trip was brilliant. Well organised and the tour guide (Lynn) was fantastic. Guadalest was beautiful - enjoyed the museums. The waterfalls were amazing. Well worth a trip, good value. Definitely recommend.

Nice Segway tour through Benidorm with beach and mountain ride. The guide was very friendly and happy to answer all questions and was easy to understand during the trip thanks to the headsets supplied.

Organized very professionally, punctual, a guide has broad knowledge about the places. I’m really satisfied. The journey by bus was fast and pleasant.

Great walk to Puig Campana 1408 m and Ponoch 1181. Perfect time of the year to do this. Great guide, nice food. Windy at the tops. Use good shoes.

Good time to see many atractions. Unfortunatelly No time for all The museums by The castle. Good care of guide and good driver.