Costa Blanca Bus Tour (from Calpe)

It’s sometimes claimed that the northern area is the most beautiful part of the Costa Blanca; rougher and greener, not so flat either, and therefore all the more surprising. You’ll make a stop in the artist’s village of Altea, famous amongst Spanish artists who come here for peace and inspiration.

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Bus from Calpe/Altea to Theme Parks

Every Wednesday we offer return transport from Calpe and Altea to Benidorm’s theme parks. Travel by air-conditioned coach from one of our central pick-up points in Calpe and Altea to your chosen destination in Benidorm.

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Costa Blanca Bus Tour

It’s sometimes claimed that the northern area is the most beautiful part of the Costa Blanca; rougher and greener, not so flat either, and therefore all the more surprising. You’ll make a stop in the artist’s village of Altea, famous amongst Spanish artists who come here for peace and inspiration.

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Valencia (from Calpe)

Experience Spain’s third largest city which is located just a 2-hour coach ride from Calpe. Valencia’s historic center is one of the largest in Spain and its monuments, attractions, shops, bars and restaurants make it one of the country’s most popular tourist destinations. This is a full-day tour adventure which is right in the heart of the City of Valencia.

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Alicante Shopping (from Calpe)

Perfect for those who prefer to explore and discover the city at their own pace and at their own leisure. The capital of the Costa Blanca offers a variety of museums and monuments, shops and shopping centers.

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Guadalest

No visit to the Costa Blanca is complete without a trip to it’s jewel in the crown “Guadalest”. This fortified village perched precariously on a mountain top, is surrounded by some of the highest points in the province of Alicante, the Sierra Aixorta, Sierra Aitana and Sierra Serrella. Enjoy around three hours of free time to explore this beautiful town.

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Benidorm Fancy Dress

Benidorm’s famous annual Fancy Dress Party takes place on the Thursday after the November Fiestas. Thousands of British people, both residents and visitors are joined by people of other nationalities to participate in Europe’s biggest fancy dress street party.

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Moors & Christians Benidorm

The Moors and Christians Fiesta (Moros y Cristianos) is a tradition dating back to the 16th Century, and commemorates Christians’ triumph after the great battle which took place in the 13th Century, ending the Moors’ 800 year rule of Spain.

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Benidorm November Fiestas

Every November, Benidorm celebrate’s its Fiestas Mayores Patronales in honour of the Virgen del Sufragio and San Jaime. The fiestas begin on the second Saturday of the month and end the following Wednesday.

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Benidorm Fallas

The Fallas is a traditional celebration held in commemoration of San José (Saint Joseph) in the Valencian Community. The word Fallas (or Falles in Valenciano) can refer either to the celebrations themselves or to the giant, colourful papier-mâché effigies which are eventually burnt on the final night of the celebrations.

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Benidorm Pride 2018

Benidorm Pride 2018 promises to be bigger, better and prouder than ever before. The 2018 dates have now been announced and in partnership with the event organizers, at Round Town Travel we’re offering you the chance to book the Benidorm Pride Gold Package.

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The Three Kings

The spectacular Three Kings procession is one of the highlights of Benidorm’s Christmas calendar, particularly for children, as it marks the arrival of their presents. The costumed trio ride through the streets, throwing sweets into the buzzing crowds.

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Fly Fish

Hold on as you are practically flying across the Mediterranean sea on the fly fish. See if you can hold on for 15 mins. Perfect for the adrenaline junkies! Life jacket and helmet provided. Participants must be able to swim. The fly fish seats up to four people.

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Parasailing

See Benidorm from a completely different angle as you glide through the air on a parasail. You can fly solo, or tandem. You take off and land from the stern of the latest model platform boats.

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Hookah Dive

Hookah Diving is brand new to Benidorm and offers a fantastic way to enjoy many of the benefits of scuba diving without the heavy equipment. Air is supplied to your diving mask via a cord either from the shore or from a support vessel. Hookah diving is suitable for adults and children from 8 years of age.

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City Bike Rental

10€ per day / 43€ per week

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Boat Trip: Alicante & Tabarca

Set sail along the coast to Tabarca, the only inhabited island on the Costa Blanca. Here you will have approx. 3 hours free time to explore the island before sailing across to Alicante. After 2 ½ hours free time in Alicante it will be time to set sail back to Benidorm.  Boat leaves Benidorm port at 11:00, returns at 18.30.

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Benidorm Island Boat Trip

One of the area’s iconic landmarks, La Isla de Benidorm, as it’s know in Spanish, is a nature reserve located 3.5km from Benidorm’s beach. The island is home to several species of birds, including European storm petrels, peregrine falcons and Sardinian warblers, amongst others.

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