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A municipality with Roman roots, an international community and breathtaking nature, Alfas del Pi is full of must-see destinations; these are some of them. 

The Roman Villa 

The unique museum of the Roman Villa dates back to the late imperial period, between the 3rd and 7th centuries. The archaeological site presents Roman buildings that reveal the ancient culture and habits of the past generations.

The open-air and interior museums don´t require a guide and have free entry and is open every day except Mondays 10am 1pm and until 2pm on the weekends. Informational texts are offered in English, Spanish and Valencian and the venue is easily accessible to people with reduced mobility. 

Located at Boulevard de los Musicos 28, Playa Albir, Alfas del Pi.

The Serra Gelada Park

One of the most impressive destinations in the Valencian Region, the natural park rises from the plain of Alfas and Benidorm, with a 300-metre-high view of the nearing municipalities. It is the most visited park in the Valencian Community, renowned for its exceptional conditions for numerous species of fish and plantations.

Little Hollywood 

The Paseo de Las Estrellas of Alfas´ own little Hollywood, paying tribute to renowned Spanish film stars and celebrities. The commemorative floor tiles by Hollywood-like palm trees include the names of outstanding people who have contributed to world cinematography.

The Albir Lighthouse

El Faro del Albir dates back to 1863, built at the tip of the town, 112 metres above the sea. Until the 1960s, it was used by two lighthouse keepers. The narrow and historic location offers breathtaking views and is easily accessed with a length of 5 kilometres to cover the entire area.

Klein-Schreuder Sculpture Garden

With 3,600 individual plants and more than 230 species, the Alfas Garden has been in place for 25 years and is highly visited both by tourists and residents. The Garden not only showcases extraordinary flowers and fruit trees but also holds modern sculptures by the Spanish sculptor Vicente Perez Gonzalvez and the Dutch Alber te Brake and Monique Neyzen. The Garden is open every weekend from 10am until 2pm.Located at Cami del Pinar 23. 


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Originally from Moscow, with Russian and Armenian origins, Anna has lived in Costa Blanca for over ten years. She is passionate about singing, acting and traveling.


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