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All reviews narrow streets old town spanish town the main square white washed houses quirky shops beautiful town numerous restaurants well worth a visit walk up church square costa blanca whitewashed houses on foot shops selling views are spectacular restaurants and shops
It’s a nice break from the beach and boulevard. All white plastered houses with lovely small streets and little restaurants and shops. Loads of tourists but hey... I was one of them. Beautiful views across the shoreline, really great way to spend the afternoon and...More
What a stunning place. The old town is full of atmosphere with beautiful views to the surrounding area. There are lots of bars, restaurants and a great shopping area with a variety of individual boutiques. Definitely worth the climb to the top.
The old town in Altea is a great place to spend some time. Lots of narrow, cobbled streets with a great selection of unique boutiques and some very nice restaurants. It's not much good from an accessibility standpoint, because it's virtually impossible to get anywhere...More
As we ambled down from our hotel in the hills,we noticed this magnificent domed roof in all its splendour,a beautiful blue and white structure which certainly sets The Old Town alight.
Worth a trip just to see this wonderful building.
Must visit if you are staying in or around Altea. Nice walk up the hill (some steps involved). Beautiful views of the sea and Altea Town (and glimpses of Benidorm). Lots of restaurants, shops and ice cream places. There was a lot of hustle and...More
I've only walked up. There is car access but streets are very narrow stepped and some are cobbled. Car access might be for residents only. Tourists walk up. Best to contact tourist info. They are very helpful. Try the one... More
I've only walked up. There is car access but streets are very narrow stepped and some are cobbled. Car access might be for residents only. Tourists walk up. Best to contact tourist info. They are very helpful. Try the one in Campello. They speak English and are on Facebook