Surrounded by the Nature Parcs of the Sierra Mariola, the Carrascal de la Font Rotja, the Sierra els Plans and la Serreta, Alcoi has overcome the peculiar local terrain furrowed by ravines. Known as the city of bridges, the municipality maintains, in spite of a high level of industrialisation, links with its past, mixed with efforts to prosper amid beautiful surroundings. Tradition weighs heavily in its festive representations, between which stand out the Moors and Christians celebrations, declared as being of International Interest.
How to get here:
From Valencia, the access to the city is via the A-7, direction N-340 until Alcoy. From Alicante, the access is exactly the same one, taking the A-7 towards N-340 Alcoy.
Oficinas de turismo:
Routes through the Naturald environment of Alcoy and its historical and archaeological heritage. Organized by the Employment Workshop: Nature Tourism: Birdwatching and Interpretive Itineraries in the Natural Environment of Alcoy. Previous registration at firstname.lastname@example.org
Every Saturday, head to Tirisiti Library, in Alcoy, for “Contes amb titelles." Taking place in the library’s new children's reading room, these family-friendly events will let your little ones learn Spanish folklore and history from interesting storytellers.
*Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we kindly ask that you call to confirm that this facility is still operating normally. Thank you!