Altea is something special, nothing in common to other towns nearby, literary nothing. Well, it is located on the coast, between Calpe and Albir.
Altea is easily accessible via the AP7 and N332, it has its own exit on the AP7 and the N332 leads right through the heart of Altea towards either Albir or Calpe. Altea is more picturesque than other towns and probably has the most diverse history of the previous towns BUT the other towns are not les exciting than Altea!
Altea is diverse and home to all different sorts of people, all different nationalities and all different economical classes. The amazing thing of this is, they are all using the same streets, same beaches, same supermarkets and all enjoying the same sun, day in day out. Everyone living together in a great harmony. People are relaxed, layed back, not worried about work, just enjoying live with a drink.
Above the first section “Mascarat” we will find the second section “Altea Hills”. This is home to all those who have just left their yachts in the Puerto Deportivo Luis Campomanes. A closed residential area with 24/7 surveillance is the place for you to be. Altea hills has enough facilities for you to feel home, like a communal swimming pool, green areas and a couple of shops. The main supermarket Masymas is about 5-minute drive away. Here you can find anything you need on a daily basis. Would you like to feel safe, have amazing views and a good neighbourhood? Do not look any further, this is your future home!
The third section of Altea is the epic centre and old town, right, this is where we know Altea from. If we google Altea, the first couple of pictures will show you the church rising from the old town. This is an incredible scenery, and incredibly romantic too! Imagine, nice warm summer night, street lights are on, these traditional Spanish townhouses, painted in white flours out the front, all leading through narrow streets filled with glorious boutiques, cosy restaurants and the famous ice cream shops! What else do you want?