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Apartamentos Cala Montero 3000 Cala Gonzalez 3000
Alcoceber 267 yd from city centre
The Apartamentos Cala Montero 3000-Cala Gonzalez 3000 complex is in Alcossebre on the beautiful, undiscovered Costa del Azahar....
Apartamentos Salsadellans 3000
Alcoceber 271 yd from city centre
This apartment hotel is situated in the middle of the town centre, just 100 metres from El Cargador Beach. The waterfront...
Realrent Don Pedro
Alcoceber 295 yd from city centre
Set 5 minutesâ€™ walk from the Carregador Beach, RealRent Don Pedro is located in the seaside village of Alcossebre....
Alcoceber 306 yd from city centre
Located 250 m from the beach and 2 km Roman urban center Alcossebre. In the surrounding bars, restaurants, supermarket and...
Apartamentos Blavamar 3000
Alcoceber 316 yd from city centre
Apartments with 1 or 2 bedrooms for up to 6 people featuring equipped kitchen with fridge, microwave, oven, dishwasher, crockery,...
Apartamentos Marineu Irta Playa
Alcoceber 317 yd from city centre
The apartment complex is located on the sea front of Playa Romana, 700m from the old town, the position is perfect to enjoy...
Apartamentos Sierra de Irta 3000
Alcoceber 346 yd from city centre
Se encuentra a 100 m. de la playa de arena "Playa del Cargador", a 30 m. del centro del Alcossebre, a 100 m. del supermercado....
Book your cheap hotel in Alcossebre
Located on the beautiful and underrated Costa del Azahar, Alcossebre is a seaside village in the autonomous Valencian Community in Spain, in the province of Castello along the eastern Mediterranean coast. Due to its lack of tall buildings on the skyline, Alcossebre has proven to be a popular destination for holidaymakers who are seeking a more authentic and quaint Spanish experience.
The town enjoys a lovely scenic location full of geographical contrast with the coastline giving way to plains and mountains all rich in flora and fauna.
Visitors are able to find a wide range of cheap and affordable hotel accommodation in Alcossebre.
Neighbourhoods of Alcossebre
The most popular areas for holidaymakers are:
- Marina: The marina is one of the busiest and most vibrant areas of the town. Much of Alcossebre’s industry still operates in and around the marina, and it is a great place to start a sightseeing day.
- The Beaches: Four main beaches feature in the town’s 10 kms of coastline: Carregador, El Romà, El Moro, and Manyetes (or Tropicana). All have Blue Flag status. There are also little sandy coves, a favourite one being La Fuentes.
- Islas Columbretes: These islands are a natural park to the east of the town that provides all of the stunning scenery and natural views that you are looking for in a location like this.
- Serra de Irta: Another natural park area, this time to the north of the town. The highlight of Serra de Irta is that it contains a number of beautiful small beaches that can be accessed and enjoyed by willing walkers.
What to see and do in Alcossebre
With such lovely beaches, Alcossebre is the ideal place for a holiday where rest and relaxation are the prime objective. There’s a different beach for 10 days and more if you want to travel a few kilometres along the coast. For time away from the beach, the natural surroundings of the natural parks are perfect for a walk, as is the stroll to the lighthouse. The routes are also ideal for cyclists and hikers. Other sporty types can also enjoy a range of water sports. The Hermitage of Saint Lucia and Saint Benedict is a beautiful hilltop church and a great photo opportunity and there is a fun street market on Friday mornings in Alcala de Xivert.
What to eat in Alcossebre
There is a lot of great food that is associated with Alcossebre and the wider region. Some of the dishes that tourists should be taking a note to seek out on their holiday include olla gaspatxera which is octopus with potatoes, susquet de peix which is rabbit with snails, andarroz al horno which is rice that has been baked with pork. Desserts tend to be based on almonds which are grown locally.
Typical events and festivals in Alcossebre
One of the biggest attractions of Alcossebre is the fact that there is always something going on, no matter what time of the year you visit. In January visitors can join in with the traditional Saint Antonio Abad ‘Of The Little Pig’ celebrations. There are, of course, the nationwide Carnival festivities in February that Alcossebre celebrates in its own special way, and later on in the year you can catch the September Moros y Cristianos commemorations.
How to move around in Alcossebre
The best way to get around Alcossebre is via their regular and well maintained bus service. The local networks operate a number of routes that Alcossebre with various points between the town and nearby Alcala de Xivert. Taxis are generally readily available.
The climate in Alcossebre
Lying just 22 meters above sea level, Alcossebre is a destination that enjoys a warm and temperature climate all year round. There is a fair amount of rain in the winter months along with milder temperatures, whilst the summers are much hotter and drier. An average annual temperature of 17 degrees gives you an idea of the warm year round climate, with temperatures rising into the high 20s at least in the preferable summer months.