A journey that takes you high up in Sierra Callosa Mountains ,The Algar waterfalls are stunning and well worth a visit, a natural wonder and paradise on earth ,dive and swim in the natural pure waters of the river Algar. There are plenty of wonderful restaurants to eat and a few tourist shops selling local produce of the area.
Island of Tabarca, Boat trip and Snorkling
We start with taking a short drive to Santa Pola a lovely fishing village and catching the Boat to the Island of Tabarca which is only 20 minutes from the mainland. Tabarca is a small archipelago in the past it was a refuge for the Berber Pirates, in the late 18th Century King Juan Carlos 3rd ordered the town to be fortified and a town built to house the Genovese fisherman who were being held prisoner in the Tunisian City of Tabarka.
The Island has now been declared an Historical and Artistic Site of importance. Tabarca is a beautiful white washed Island with crystal clear blue seas , and offering fantastic snorkelling in its many coves,as well as offering wonderful seafood restaurants and array of small tourist shops.
Walking Tour of the Alicante ‘City of Light’
The historical port region, Alicante, has been inhabited by people for thousands of years, and has seen the likes of the Romans, Visigothic warlords, and Moorish invaders which have all left their mark on the city. Come and explore the hidden history as we uncover the history, legends, and secrets of Alicante’s turbulent past. But we don’t just cover the past! Alicante also boasts a bustling cultural, and gastronomic scene.
Wine Tasting and Bodega Tour
We are very lucky in this area as The Costa Blanca and Murcia regions have some of the best wine in the whole of Spain, we have several favourite bodegas that we like to visit. We will choose one that suits ,you can choose to see then grapes growing, how they are processed and stored as well as tasting some amazing wines along the way.
Tablao Flamenco Evening
A tablao is a place where flamenco shows are performed and also tablao is the term used for the platform floor in which a flamenco dancer dances. Tablao venues were developed during the 1960s throughout Spain replacing the cafés cantantes.
Visit a traditional Tablao Flamenco ,which is an very intimate evening of powerful dance and song.