El Castell Guadalest aka “The Eagles Nest” is a Valencian town and municipality located in a mountainous area of the comarca of Marina Baixa, in the province of Alicante, Spain. Guadalest has an area of 16 km² and, according to the 2002 census, a total population of 189 inhabitants.

Guadalest, wich economy is mainly based on tourism, is consistently ranked amongst the top tourist attractions in all Spain and it's easy to see why.

The town has many remarkable monuments and interesting places to visit.

Guadalest has plenty of museums, so you can learn more about its history, little crafts shops and places to buy a souvenir of your visit. A visit to the village through the tunnel is definitely worthwhile as well as the castle tour costing only a few euros (starting at 10am) takes in the dungeon (great for the kids) and offers fantastic views across the valley from cobbled footpaths and lookout points..

Intriguingly the old village and castle is accessed through a tunnel carved from the rock and when you reach the other end and see the ancient houses, you seem to have been transported to another age.
You certainly won't regret a visit!!

Fuentes Del Algar 

Natural beauty spot high in the mountains behind Altea, Fuentes de Algar (or the Algar Waterfalls) are among the most popular attractions along the Costa Blanca. The waterfalls can be found 4 km from city center of Callosa de Ensarriá, direction Bolulla and Tárbena. The trip to Fuentes de Algar follows a 1.5 km trail along the Algar River, with beautiful landscapes. This place is a veritable theme park about the environmental, economic and cultural importance of water. The waterfalls are a protected national park. There is also a Museum of the Environment on the site.