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The ultimate Spanish holiday

With over 1000 places to eat, gorgeous beaches, and skyscraper architecture, Benidorm may be perceived as a premium summer destination, it is in fact rather affordable, and great for budget traveling. The city features numerous bazaars selling cheap leather, shoes and artisan products, including jewelry, pottery and paintings. For good family fun, check out the family water park Aqualandia, or a boat trip to the Isla de Benidorm wildlife sanctuary. Also don’t miss Altea, 12 km from Benidorm, a stunning original old town.

Callosa d'en SarriáJulie Gibbons / CC BY 2.0

Callosa d’En Sarrià

Callosa d’En Sarrià

Famous Historic village, not far from Benidorm

Historic village, not far from Benidorm Editors' Note

Callosa d’En Sarrià is a small town in the comarca of Marina Baixa. The town is the main producer of loquat (Chinese plum) in Spain. As such, it boasts picturesque orchards, and scenic views, particularly around the popular Algar waterfalls (Fuentes del Algar).

Attractions in Callosa d’En Sarrià include the 18th century church of Sant Joan Baptista and the Fortress of Bèrnia. The town is famous for its Moors and Cristians fiestas that attract visitors from all over the region.

Callosa d’En Sarrià
Callosa d’En Sarrià, Benidorm