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Located by the sea and 20 minutes from Benidorm, the town is well-known for the white and blue colored buildings, good weather and beaches.

Attractions include the old town, the gorgeous Russian Orthodox Church, Altea Hills, and the town’s church. There are many bars and restaurants that offer delicious Spanish food.

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La Nucia

La Nucia is an inland town nearby Benidorm, and 3 km from Altea. There, you can surely touch Spanish culture with the well-preserved old town and its streets, lots of things to do, like for example a waterfall with a gorgeous view onto the mountains and sea, or a gorgeous church built in the 18th century.

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Alicante is the capital of the province of Alicante and the comarca Alacanti, with a population over 300 000, meaning it is the second largest Valencian city. The metropolitan area has a population over 750 000.

The city is a historic Mediterranean port, islands nearby, incredible beaches, castles and other monuments. It also has an international airport, one of the most busiest airports in Spain and universities.

It has a cultural and touristic importance, and a city worth visiting and/or living in.


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The historic town of Villajoyosa is not only visited by  tourists because of its beaches and colorful, unique buildings,  but also because it’s becoming a popular cultural destination. The old town, the churches, the walls and bridges prove that Villajoyosa has preserved its history very well. It is also well known due to its chocolate industry. It is the historic and administrative capital of the comarca Marina Baixa.

Villajoyosa is located 32 km from the city of Alicante and nearby Benidorm. It is also nearby Guadalest, a small  inland area that is known for the museums, lake and castles.