Costa Blanca Guided tours

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Alicante: Seven Secrets of Alicante Discovery Tour

1. Alicante: Seven Secrets of Alicante Discovery Tour

Are you ready for an adventure? Starting at Central Market, sample various snacks typical of the area. Conquer more than 1,000 years of history as you tour one of the most beautiful castles in Spain, which looks out onto the sea. Descend to the center to discover the most important monuments and Alicante's seven secrets. Prepare to be surprised by the beauty of Alicante and the countless anecdotes, history, legends, and intrigue responsible for the town's current character. Finally, visit a tapas bar, run by your guide's childhood friend and known to serve the best tapas in Alicante. Taste one of the award-winning tapas paired with a typical, alcoholic or non-alcoholic Spanish drink.

Alicante: Secret Flavors Food Tour

2. Alicante: Secret Flavors Food Tour

Join this secret flavors food and tapas tour to taste the best cuisine in Alicante. Sample many products typical of the region, including fruits and vegetables directly from the orchard, meat from local farms, Mediterranean fish, as well as local cheese, and handmade sweets. Pair all these tasty treats with traditional Spanish drinks, both with and without alcohol. Meet at the Central Market and visit 10 different food locations, some of which have been around for more than 100 years. Discover all the town's most delicious aromas and flavors.  Get to know the most experienced sellers and chat about the history of each product and the traditions behind them. Along the way, discover the interesting history of the Central Market and its hidden corners. This tour aims to support small businesses, local producers, and artisans who are still practicing their craft as they always have.

Vineyards of Alicante: Wine Tasting Tour

3. Vineyards of Alicante: Wine Tasting Tour

Spend an afternoon at a local winery and vineyard just 45 minutes from the heart of Alicante, and taste the wines produced on site. Depart Alicante and journey to a village in the Vinalopó region. Upon arrival, explore the beautiful surroundings of the vineyard with your guide. If you are visiting in harvest season, you might even get to try some grapes! Learn about the wine making process and explore the bodega (wine cellar and holding tanks). Then, taste some of the region's most representative wines and feast on local produce, such as olive oil and cured meats. Take a walk around the vineyard to take some souvenir pictures before returning to Alicante for the end of the tour services.

Alicante: Canelobre Caves Tour with Transport

4. Alicante: Canelobre Caves Tour with Transport

Be wowed by the cathedral-like interior of Canelobre Caves on this inclusive trip. Sit back, relax and let your driver take the strain as you leave Alicante. After arriving, take in panoramic mountain and sea views from a vantage point 700m above altitude. Next, adjust your eyes and duck into the vast caves for a guided tour. Learn about their rocks, features and microclimate from your local guide. Marvel at the wonder of stalagmites, stalactites and other prehistoric features. Take a break on your journey back to Alicante, as your guide shows you the charming town of Busot along the way.

Alicante: Old Town and Market Gastronomic Tour with Tastings

5. Alicante: Old Town and Market Gastronomic Tour with Tastings

During this gourmet walking tour, follow a local guide around Alicante's old town and Central Market. Hear legends and local stories while you taste your way through some of the best designations for authentic local products. This tour is divided into two parts: during the first hour, you'll sightsee around old town and talk about Alicante's history and the origin of one of the best Mediterranean gastronomies, shaped by three fundamental factors: climate, ecosystems, and historical influences. After some sweets and two glasses of wine in one of the oldest shops in Alicante, go to the Central Market where the rest of the tour will take place. There, try coca and tonyina (tuna), coca de mollitas (cake), tomato salad, salted fish, cold sausages, turrón, Iberian ham, and seasonal fruits. Interact with the local owners of the shops and market stalls who will tell you about their experiences and family stories.

Alicante: Highlights Bike or E-Bike Tour

6. Alicante: Highlights Bike or E-Bike Tour

Explore the city on 2 wheels during a unique bike tour through Alicante. A local guide will show you the best spots in town and tell you about the history and culture of Alicante. This is an easy ride, which is suitable for all participants. Choose from either a standard bike or an E-bike. Discover the beaches, the old town, the port, beautiful parks and squares, alongside a variety of secrets spots that you wouldn't find on your own. As you peddle, learn stories about the city and receive tips about where to eat and get the best drinks. Cycle for about 2 hours with stops included.

Benidorm: Authentic Segway Machine Tour

7. Benidorm: Authentic Segway Machine Tour

Start off the tour with a brief introduction that includes a 15 minute training session to learn how to operate the Segway. During the ride you will always be accompanied by an instructor-guide with a wireless audio system that will allow you to easily listen to all his explanations. Benidorm is a tourist resort with promenades, modern buildings and an old fishing town where a castle used to stand. Segway your way around the main landmarks of the city and discover its singular mix of tradition and modernity. During the ride you will go through avenues and parks and you will see the City Hall and the bull ring, where Spanish song festivals took place and the famous singer Julio Iglesias started off his successful career.

From Benidorm or Albir: Chocolate Factory and Market Tour

8. From Benidorm or Albir: Chocolate Factory and Market Tour

Travel by air-conditioned coach to the colorful town of Villajoyosa. Discover the home to some of the finest chocolatiers in Spain and the country's largest chocolate factory. Benefit from the services of an English-speaking escort as you drive along the coastal road to the "Chocolate City." Take a guided tour of the Valor chocolate factory on arrival and learn more about how chocolate is produced at the state-of-the-art facilities. Watch a short film on the history of the company, visit the museum and sample some of the amazing chocolates! Then, wander around one of the largest outdoor markets on the Costa Blanca and get about 1.5 hours to look for clothes, leather goods and fresh food. Travel back to Benidorm and Albir in the early afternoon for drop off on arrival. Important: The following meeting points are available. Please indicate your chosen pickup point when you book: • Hotel Albir Playa (roundabout) at 9:45 AM • Hotel Sol Pelicanos (pavement outside) at 10:05 AM • Hotel Poseidon Playa (bus stop on promenade) at 10:35 AM • Hotel Gran Bali (pavement outside) at 10:45 AM

Alicante: Craft Beer Tasting at Santa Barbara Castle

9. Alicante: Craft Beer Tasting at Santa Barbara Castle

Savor the taste of Alicante by sampling 4 beers crafted in this province. Enjoy your beer with some Spanish olives and mixed nuts while you hear about the brewing process. The tasting takes place at the Santa Barbara Castle, where you will enjoy views of Alicante from the Baluarte de la Mina viewpoint. See where the city meets the sea and snap photos of the views all around you. At the end of the tasting, your guide will recommend the best way back to your accommodation.

Alicante: Food Walking Tour with Wine Tasting and Tapas

10. Alicante: Food Walking Tour with Wine Tasting and Tapas

Hungry for Alicante? Stroll around the narrow streets of Alicante and sample a variety of local dishes as you explore the city. Food and sightseeing combine for a fun afternoon of exploring the city. Join an expert guide for a scenic walk around the city while tasting local delicacies along the way – what could be better? First stop at the local bar where you will enjoy a local gastronomy introduction traditions, customs and local words. Taste the first glass of white wine paired with tapas. Second stop at the main food market marvel at the local atmosphere and learn about the local products fresh seafood, almonds, fresh fruits, and vegetables included. Stop at a local tapas bar within the food market. Feel like a local drinking your caña (draft beer) or a Monastrell red wine from Alicante paired with delicious and fresh seafood tapas and local salads. Third stop at a local bar to continue with the local traditions taste the best Montadito from Alicante and make a final toast with local liquor. *Food market will be available from Tuesday to Saturday up to 2:30 pm. The market will be replaced by local bars or restaurants on Sunday and Monday.

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I booked this tour for my wife and I and our two youngest children (16 & 12) and we all enjoy it immensely. Isaac is a very well informed and witty young man. His passion for all things Alicante was very evident and endearing. We tasted and learned more in our two hours with Isaac than we have in the months we’ve stayed in Alicante this year. We also went back after the tour and purchased the finest meats, cheeses and fruit Alicante has to offer. The vendors were very engaging and very appreciative of our custom. I would highly recommend it to all and will definitely use this company for other tours in the coming months

It was an amazing tour! Carlos is a genuine man, from Alicante, he made us discover the city with the bare eyes of a local. It was a true qualitative experience, I got to meet friendly tourists. This wander in the city was a nice discovery, I would advice people to do it soon in the city trip so that you can try the different suggestion form the guide and go back to places you got to see with the group.

Carlos, is an excellent guide, very passionate about the Market in Alicante. We had a fabulous and educational couple of hours. He also sent me lots of other recommendations, restaurants, where to shop, activities etc. He is very knowledgeable. A really fun experience for us.

Alberto was an awesome guide!!! Entertaining and full of interesting facts!! We highly recommend him and this tour for anyone interested in tasting local Alicante wine.

Our guide was very well prepared, organized and very friendly. It was a complete tour of culture, history, food and drink:)