Places to visit in spain

During the summer holidays inland trade are running a series of informative features on places to visit within the Valencian inland/ coastal and Costa Blanca regions. Bearing in mind that the children are off school and you will probably need to keep them entertained we have compiled a list for your reference. Or on the other handa
Aquopolis, Cullera (Aquasol)
Just off the N332 near Cullera on the coast there is a great water-park for the kids and is probably a lot nearer to most of you than Aqualandia in Benidorm. There is everything here for the whole family with gentle water slides for the more fainted hearted and something for those dare devil kids (young or old) such as the “black hole” and kamikaze waterslides situated within 10 000m2 of natural beautiful surroundings. It has a self-service restaurant, a hamburger bar, a bar-cafeteria, ice cream parlour and a barbecue area for that all important food break to replenish all those burnt calories splashing about in the water. Open from June 16th until September 3rd; the park opens its doors at 11am until 7pm. The prices are for a single adult and children over 10, 17,50 euros; children aged three to 10 years and pensioners 12, 50 euros. For groups of over 20 people prices come down to 14 euros and 11 euros respectively. It is not a cheap day out, but it is well worth a visit and the kids will love it.

How to get there :
The A-7 (exit 59) connects Cullera with Valencia, Alicante and Barcelona. The N-332 connects the town with all the towns other along the coast. From Madrid it is possible to come on the A-3, connecting with the A-7. The CV 502 connects with Valencia on the coast. Aquasol is signposted on the N332 as you travel past Cullera.

Castell de Guadelest

One of the most appealing things about visiting Castell de Guadelest is that you will always feel like a tourist, even if you have lived in Spain for a while. On entering the village what strikes you is the elegant bell tower perched precariously on a cliff overlooking the tourist car park and picnic areas which stand outside the entrance of the village which has been transformed into an array of lovely little shops selling gifts, ranging from cheap knick knacks to the more expensive classier ornaments, jewellery and soft furnishings that will have you drooling with wanton craving.
The nice thing is that you can visit Guadelest on a budget because you don’t have to buy anything. Walking round the village which also has little shops selling cigarettes, chocolates and preserves and jam and other mouthwatering delicacies is a simple pleasure. You will hear all nationalities here from the Spanish to the French, German, Dutch and English.
If you get hungry there are restaurants and cafes and places to eat or if you have bought your own food you can picnic al fresco. For the kids there are toy shops and t-shirts for sale that will appeal and some cheaply priced museums (eight in total.). My favourite is the torture museum which will also appeal to children’s gory imaginations whilst giving them a history of the somewhat disturbing methods of punishment in Europe from mediaeval times. It is a visual experience as there are many original artifacts on display including stocks, jawbreakers and stretching racks. There is also a doll museum and one of those museums where everything is in miniature including a microscopic flea riding a bicycle. You can spend the whole day here and not be too much out of pocket, because also in the village there is an ancient dungeon, the bell tower (if you can brave the walk up the mountain), Saint Josef’s castle, and the recently restored Orduna House to visit. There are many magnificent views over the valley where the Castell de Guadelest reservoir lies.
Tourism has totally transformed the village, which has two hundred inhabitants who have devoted themselves entirely to the provision of tourist services even on a Sunday if you are stuck for something to do in a Spanish Town where everything closes down. There is also a cash point machine available in case you see something that catches your eye and have to draw on some extra funds. There is something for everyone here old and young alike.
How to get there.
Guadelest is situated between Alcoi and Altea on the CV755.

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