We got the number 10 bus from Benidorm to Altea last year, walked along the beach road to Albir stopping for refreshments at a few beautiful beachfront bars, then the bus back to Benidorm, absolutely smashing day. Hi Marjorie, we stayed at the Cap Negret hotel in Altea, far end over the bridge, it was a beautiful hotel. Chrisropher, we did try to get to the waterfalls as had preplanned to go, but not good enough, as bus no.
18 only leaves one in the morn and returns one in the evening, we didn't want to stay all day and missed the early bus. Here at last, arrived at lovely hotel in Althea early this morn, so to a taxi up to La Mascarada music pub, was perfect. Just chillin to sound of sea on balcony now, heaven.
Even November in November you can still sunbathe on the beach.
We went at Christmas a few year ago & we were sat on the beach Christmas Day, the nights are really cold though.
So we had a boat trip to Benidorm island instead, it was brill, we met some lovely people on the trip and had a night out with them in Morgan's bar. Will just have to return to beni to visit waterfalls, and collect my swimsuit which I left in the Cap Negret, lol. Thanks Christopher that sounds good, one more sleep then none for a week. Is Cafe Benidorm on the same street as Morgan's tavern, will check it out if we can find it.
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