Guadalest and Algar Waterfalls

  • 20 Apr 2018
  • 9:00 AM
  • Guadalest and Algar Waterfalls
  • 12


  • This will be a day to enjoy from the Historical Town of Guadalest, to the beautiful Algar Waterfalls at Collosa. This trip is open to both Members and their Guests

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Our April trip in the morning is to the beautiful and Historical town of Guadalest after lunch we will take you to the picturesque Algar Waterfalls


El Castell de Guadalest, known usually as Guadalest, is a small town in Valencia, in a mountainous part of the comarca of Marina Baixa, in the province of Alicante, Spain. Guadalest covers an area of 16 sq km, and has a population of around 200 inhabitants.

Surrounded by the Aitana, Serella & Xorta Mountains the village was a strategic military stronghold with fortifications. dating back to 715AD and the period of Moorish occupation of Spain. It has a long history. It saw action during the Moorish occupation. A strong earthquake in 1644 seriously damaged the fort and houses of the village, and during the War of the Spanish Succession, it again suffered serious damage from a mine explosion.

Guadalest has been declared a 'Monument of Historical and Artistic Value' and is a major tourist attraction in Spain.

Algar Waterfalls

In the afternoon we will be taken to the Algar Waterfalls in Collosa.

We will be taken to the Waterfalls where you will be able to explore.

The river Algar empties into the Mediterranean at Altea. On its way there, it passes the town of Callosa d'en Sarria, located some 15kms from Benidorm and about the same distance from Altea, where it forms a series of roaring waterfalls, cascading down the rocks into natural pools. Known as   Les Fonts dé l`algar, the entire area is a nature reserve and as such protected.  Apart from the waterfalls, the nature reserve is a showcase for lush Mediterranean flora which is why it also contains a arboretum, open to visitors.

This trip will be on Friday the 20th of April 2018.

Our coach will leave the Polivalent at 9.00h for Guadalest.

The price for this trip will be 13 euros, this includes coach travel and entrance to the Waterfalls.

We plan to be back in Oliva around 18.00h

This will be a very interesting and enjoyable day so please join us.

Please remember there will be a large amount of walking so please take this into account before booking this trip.

We require all payments to be made immediately following registration or at the Bank within 5 working days, otherwise we reserve the right to cancel your registration.


Payment can be by PayPal, Bank transfer or at the Sabadell Bank in Oliva.

When paying by Bank transfer or at the Sabadell Bank

Please quote your name, invoice number sent to you at the time of registration and the title of this trip with your payment. 

Bank Transfers or payments at the bank should be made payable to:

Asoc Univers Tercera Edad de Oliva Travel

a/c number ES91 0081 0273 7300 0133 4037

Any questions please contact

our Travel Co-ordinator at:

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