The old town of Altea
Streets with enchanting charm, restaurants serving national and international cuisine, bars and night clubs, as well as art exhibitions. An environment which, enchanted with its magical charm, has attracted people from all over the world for decades.
To the old town is very cultural and offers residents a very special feeling. Here you are not in a typical resident location, special integrated into the Spanish life and living experience, but with strong international flavor. There are certain locations with a high proportion of foreign residents, who have settled here with primary or secondary residence.
The beauty of the old town of Altea with the white houses of the surrounding area is crowned by the church with the typical blue and white domes stand out compared to other places on the Costa Blanca. No place on the northern Costa Blanca has so much beautiful Mediterranean character as the historic Grade II listed Casco Antiguo of Altea. The narrow streets, the picturesque church square with its vantage point over the port of Altea, to the Sierra Gelada brings visitors from all over the world and holds them in awe.
Many bars and restaurants invite you to linger, nightlife and variety of culinary delights. The gastronomic offer ranges from Spanish to international cuisine. The price/performance ratio is one of the best in Europe.
Many small boutiques, galleries and shops are also open in the evening and at night invite you to take a leisurely stroll.
In spring and summer there is an art and artisan market in the church square.
The oldest part of the old town of Altea is Bella Guarda, here the first houses were built a long time ago.
Within the old town there are very different locations; peace or bustle, both can be found here. In this area are properties with garages or parking spaces. Many stressed central Europeans are looking for just that as parking is at a premium during the high season. In certain areas of the old town no vehicular access is possible.