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Entertainment and relaxation

Entertainment

In Summer, at night, the fun continues on the terrace by the beach bar or in the Mini Disco, designed especially for the younger children. Also, we offer a wide range of shows for all ages: magic, flamenco, competitions, live music and entertainment shows by our staff, subject to season.

Swimming pool & Terrace

Spectacular swimming pool by the sea, with stunning views of the Costa Blanca, with a waterfall, and different water jets. Also, there is an independent children’s swimming pool. During summer, there are activities for the whole family such as aquazumba, aquataichi or aquapilates . Check the activities at reception subject to the season.Lifeguard. showers and beach towels (to rent) subject to season.

Solarium terrace with spectacular views of the Costa Blanca to enjoy the magical sunsets in Altea. With direct access to the beach, free sunbeds and parasols and a beach bar to have a snack or a drink in. At night, enjoy a gin and tonic, a mojito or a cocktail while you feel the Mediterranean breeze.

The terrace timetable and services vary subject to season.

Places of interest

Benidorm

Benidorm is the great tourist centre of the Costa Blanca due to the large amount of attractions that it offers and for the variety of its leisure options for the whole family.

Nightlife, clubs, theme parks (Terra Mítica, Aqualandia, Terra Natura…) just 15 minutes away by car from the hotel.

Guadalest

One of the most photographed locations in the region of Valencia. A small interior spot with unquestionable charm where you can visit the most picturesque museum offer that you can imagine.

Alicante

The province's capital. Discover its old town, the Paseo de la Explanada and the Port. Do not miss the Castle of Santa Bárbara and the Provincial Archaeological Museum (MARQ), as well as the Alicante Sailing Club, where the Volvo Ocean Race takes place every year.

Elche

More than 200,000 palm trees make Elche unique, making up their identity symbol as well as the biggest palm tree forest in the south of Europe, declared a World Heritage Site in the year 2000.

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