Category: Tourist routes

Ecological Walk of Benissa Costa

Ecological Walk of Benissa Costa

In Benissa Costa on the Costa Blanca North we find an ecological walk of four kilometers of coastline with cliffs and small coves invaded by pine trees.

It is a low difficulty ecological walk with several sections that you can go with family and friends and that goes from Benissa Costa to Calpe.

The starting point is the Tourist Info Benissa Playa – Aula de la Mar which is in the Casa dels Cent Ventsy consists of two itineraries, south and north,

The estimated time to travel is about 2 hours. In it you can find several information panels, benches where you can contemplate incredible views or picnic areas where you can eat something.


‘Bloomberg’ recommends Dénia as a tourist destination

‘Bloomberg’ recommends Dénia as a tourist destination

‘Bloomberg’ recommends Dénia as a tourist destination

Author: Bloomberg, Nikki Ekstein, Black Tomato. 16 de abril de 2018

Dénia as a tourist destination is in the crosshairs of North American visitors. This is confirmed by the recommendation of the Bloomberg communication and finance portal, one of the most important in the United States, in one of its last entries on travel.

In it, experienced travelers from all over the world recommend their favorite destinations for readers to discover as soon as possible. The first recommendation of this entry is Dénia, a destination that for Tom Marchant, co-founder of the travel portal Black Tomato, is “a valuable destination in itself, a starting point for exuberant and fun adventures”.

2nd March Hiking Carrascar de Parcent

2nd March Hiking Carrascar de Parcent

2nd March Hiking Carrascar de Parcent

Author: Tourist Info Vall de Pop / Holidaydream

Get ready to experience the adventure of Carrascar de Parcent

The City Council of Parcent organizes the II March of Sendero Carrascar de Parcent that will be held in Parcent on the next day April 15.

The departure of the March is scheduled at 08:00 in the morning on the Calle de L’era in Parcent.

The route: You will leave the town of Parcent, ascend by a steep slope called Camí de les voltes, this section ends in the viewpoint and a panel that allows you to interpret the landscape of the Vall de Pop. The track continues to a forest house and from from this point we will take the path along the crest of the Sierra del Carrascal. A very mountainous and spectacular landscapes.

Cherry Route in Vall de Gallinera 2017

Cherry Route in Vall de Gallinera 2017

Cherry Route in Vall de Gallinera 2017

Author: Real Estate Agency Holidaydream

Every May comes the season of cherry picking and Vall de Gallinera and mountain villages of Alicante (Benirrama, Benialí, Benissivà, Benitaia, la Carroja, Alpatró, Llombai and Benissili) are the scene of collecting cherry .

A gift of nature, blooming at the dawn of spring cherry trees announces the end of winter.

The production of cherries from the mountains of the interior of the Costa Blanca North in Alicante, is totally natural and handmade. They are picked by hand and their fruits are especially sweet, fresh and firm in texture.

Do not miss the opportunity to visit these valleys in the flowering season.


Portet Moraira


As a result of the recent storms on the Levantine coast sand is being added in areas where there was no beach naturally, causing a serious impact on the meadows of posidonia oceanica.

In the case of the Portet de Moraira (Teulada), the Coastal Service of Alicante began last week the discharge of 8,000 tonnes of quarry land of great granulometry and high clay content, turning a beach of narrow origin and fine sand , On an earthy beach with brown and turbid waters.

The beach of Portet de Moraira has always been a rocky beach with few meters of sand and numerous meadows of posidonia oceanica very shallow with rocky reef. The introduction of land-based sand into these shores where there were no natural beaches could have an irreversible impact on this protected ecosystem (1).

There is also talk of a possible project to expand the Portet beach in which we want to add 50 meters more sand, with the aim of expanding the space to be able to accommodate more tourism. This project is being drafted in the International Year of Sustainable Tourism, declared by the United Nations, somewhat incongruous.

If you want to stop these actions that affect the ecosystem of our coasts and are destroying our beaches, SIGN THIS PETITION!


1. Order of January 23, 1992, Department of Agriculture and Fisheries: Art 1: ‘Prohibit, in the waters of the Valencian Community, the destruction of seagrass beds of seagrass, because they are areas of fishing interest’.

This request will be given to:
Town hall of Teulada Moraira
Ministry of the Environment

Service of coasts and Benitatxell begin repairing the cove of Moraig

Benitachell, Moraig

Service of coasts and Benitatxell begin repairing the cove of Moraig

Author: Holidaydream Real Estate

It is a matter of removing stones and flattening with the service parking to be open at Easter

The Town Council of the Poble Nou of Benitatxell and the Coastal Service of Alicante have begun the works so that the cove of Moraig can be opened this Holy Week. This is an action that will repair the damages produced in the area of ​​access to the beach during the last storm.

The work started on Monday consists of the removal of stones and flattening with the parking of service that is also used to regulate, through a roundabout, the access of cars to prevent collapses.

A new lookout will also be built in the same cove of the Moraig with wooden railings and handrails that guarantee the safety of tourists and the restoration of the road that leads to the fault of the Moraig and has improved its accessibility.

6th International Contest of Creative Cuisine of the red prawn of Dénia

Red Prawn of Dénia

The red prawn of Denia returns to the Municipal Market

Author Holidaydream Property

The bars of the Municipal Market of Denia, will serve Red Prawn of Denia, in the previous to the 6th International Contest of Creative Cuisine of the Red Prawn of Denia that will take place next February 28.

More than 70 chefs from different Spanish autonomous communities as well as international chefs arrived from Bali (Indonesia), Bergen (Norway) and Parma (Italy), these last two, also Creative Cities of Gastronomy such as Denia.

The presence of a prestigious jury presided over by Julia Pérez, a gastronomic critic and author of the Gastroactitud blog; And which also include José Carlos Capel, journalist, gastronomic critic and director of Madrid Fusión; Santos Ruiz, manager of the D.O. Rice of Valencia and author of the blog Gastroblog; Jesús Terrés, gastronomic critic and director of Guía Hedonista; Fran Martínez, cook of Maralba, in Almansa; Alberto Ferruz, cook of Bon Amb, in Xàbia; Pedro Morán, of Casa Gerardo and Begoña Rodrigo, chef of the Valencian restaurant La Salita. Also this contest counts from its origins with the collaboration and the support of Quique Dacosta.

Those selected for the grand finale are Antonio Villaescusa, from the restaurant Maestral (Alicante); José Primo, from La Borda d’Costa (Port of Sagunto); Lorenzo Anchelergues, from Lillas Pastia (Huesca); Ismael Cano, Sale of Sotón (Esquedas-Huesca); Antonio Rubio, from Mesón Campero (Linares-Jaén); Hugo Sabater, from El Bohío (Illescas-Toledo); José Luis Adán, from Benares (Madrid); José Carlos Lóez Gámiz, from the restaurant Origin of José Carlos Gámiz (Puigcerdà-Gerona).

This initiative is launched by the Mercat Municipal and the Fishermen’s Guild, with the support of the Councils of Tourism and Markets, and the Association of Hospitality and Tourism Businessmen of the Marina Alta (Aehtma), with the aim of reinforcing the Mercat’s link with this event, held for the sixth consecutive year in the central area of ​​Plaça, and make accessible the star product of the contest to citizens.

For the fishermen villages of Costa Blanca

For the fishermen villages of Costa Blanca

Costa Blanca

For the fishermen villages of Costa Blanca

Holidaydream news

The Alicante coast recreate the perfect symbiosis between history and beach tourism. The Alicante coast from Denia to Pilar de Horadada has become in recent years a major tourist attraction. Dubbed the area like the Costa Blanca, its beaches, coves and cliffs delight all visitors.

Denia To the north of the province Denia is. Its origin dates back to Roman times, when the city was dedicated to the goddess Diana. The City Council keeps in its façade two memorial tablets from the ancient Roman temple. Since then he lived times of splendor thanks to its port and today continues wrapping traveler in narrow streets and suggestive marine atmosphere. Their houses are typical of a plant, white and red tile, with the traditional porch of the region known as riu-rau. The Muslim past evidenced by its castle as well as the annual celebration of the festival of Moors and Christians, common in the region. Another summer festival is the Bous a la mar (bulls to the sea), declared of National Tourist Interest. It is interesting to see the Church of the Assumption with Renaissance and Baroque altarpieces, as well as the popular neighborhood of fishermen, which includes one of the best environments in the city. Its natural environment is made up of large beaches of fine sand north and south rocky and rugged landscape and the natural park Montgó.