Circuito 6 días: Valencia - Alicante - Murcia 3*** PC
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Circuito 6 días: Valencia - Alicante - Murcia 3*** PC

Domingos. De 6 a 16 personas
Created: Friday, October 2, 2020 - Departure: Sunday, November 15, 2020
price per person from
400 €
Based on 8 adults
About

Itinerario:


  • Domingo: Recogida en aeropuerto, estación de Tren o en su población indicada. Salida hacia Levante, llegada al hotel situado en Benidorm , acomodación en el hotel. Resto de la tarde libre. Cena y alojamiento.
  • Lunes: Estancia en régimen de pensión completa. Por la mañana visitaremos Guadalest; declarado conjunto histórico-artístico en 1974, está dividido en dos barrios claramente diferenciados: el del castillo, colgado en lo alto de la peña y protegido por la antigua muralla, conserva todo su sabor medieval; y, el del Arrabal, de creación posterior. Continuaremos hasta Polop de La Marina, tiempo libre y regreso al hotel. Resto de la tarde libre
  • Martes: Desayuno y salida hacia El Saler en la provincia de Valencia; en pleno Parque Natural de la Albufera. PRINCIPALES ATRACIONES TURISTICAS - Dehesa: bosque mediterráneo situado entre la Albufera de Valencia y el mar, una de las zonas con mayor diversidad de flora y fauna del Parque Natural de la Albufera. - Playa del Saler. - Playa de la Dehesa. - Iglesia parroquial de San José. - Casa de la Demanà o de la Campaneta. Continuaremos hasta Valencia, tiempo libre para visitar la ciudad; innumerables fuentes y homenajes a la vegetación y a los jardines. Esta capital de provincia, la tercera ciudad más grande de España, también ofrece una gran variedad de museos y monumentos y edificios antiguos, todos con un distintivo sabor morisco y náutico. Valencia es el lugar de nacimiento de paella y la horchata de chufas. A la hora indicada regresaremos al hotel. Almuerzo y tarde libre. Cena y alojamiento.
  • Miércoles: Desayuno y salida hacia Alicante; Una ciudad hermosa, bien planificada, Alicante es la sorpresa de la costa sur. Más allá de los paseos peatonales, se encuentran las abarrotadas calles de la ciudad vieja, al pie del imponente castillo. Con puentes levadizos, fosos, túneles y pasadizos secretos, el Castillo de Santa Bárbara es más que otro castillo, es una de las mayores fortalezas medievales de España. Continuaremos hacia Elche, capital de la comarca del Bajo Vinalopó. Tiempo libre para visitar la ciudad y su famoso "Palmeral" y La Dama de Elche. Regreso al hotel. Almuerzo y resto de la tarde libre. Cena y alojamiento.
  • Jueves: Desayuno. Salida hacia Murcia: La Catedral de Murcia es una de las mejores y más impresionantes en España. El templo fue construido en el sitio de una antigua mezquita árabe durante el siglo XV. En cuanto a la fachada se puede observar tres estilos diferentes: gótico, renacentista y barroco. El campanario es de 95 m. de altura y tiene un poco de bella ornamentación plateresca. El interior de la catedral es principalmente gótico, con un diseño de tres naves y rodeado de algunas capillas. Cerca de allí, nos encontramos el Ayuntamiento, un edificio colorido y hermoso, donde hay interesantes exposiciones abiertas al público. y el Palacio Episcopal. Continuaremos hasta Cartagena que concentra un legado artístico que resume casi tres milenios de historia española, siendo habitada por la mayoría de los grandes imperios mediterráneos que han conquistado la Península Ibérica en algún momento. A la hora indicada regreso al hotel. Almuerzo y tarde libre en Benidorm. Cena y alojamiento.
  • Viernes: Desayuno y salida hacia su punto de origen y fin del viaje y de nuestros servicios.


Incluye:

Transporte en monovolumen de 8 personas + conductor

Si es para 9 personas o mas el transporte es en microbús con guía.

Alojamiento en el Hotel 3*** en Benidorm en habitación doble estándar

Pensión completa como se indica en el itinerario.

Agua / vino en comidas y cenas

Seguro obligatorio de asistencia en viaje.

IVA (En vigor al 1-10-2020)


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Cualquier servicio no indicado como incluido

Created: Friday, October 2, 2020 - Departure: Sunday, November 15, 2020
Destinations: Madrid, Albacete, Benidorm, El castell de Guadalest, Benidorm, El Saler, Valencia, Benidorm, Alicante, Elche, Benidorm, Murcia, Cartagena, Benidorm, Madrid
Themes
Historical and Cultural
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15 Nov
Car rental
Buscando Destinos (BDS Bus)
8 people
Monovolumen 8 personas + Conductor or similar
Includes:
Unlimited mileage
Driver age

Minimum 18, Maximum 80

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El transporte se realiza con vehículos microbús de 16 plazas mas conductor mas guía, con toda comodidad

Conductores profesionales y experimentados

Aire acondicionado y calefacción individual.

Butacas reclinables

Luz de lectura individual

Cargador de móvil

GPS

Gran capacidad de maletero.


Teléfono de emergencias: 00 34 653338418

Pickup

Barajas - Telephone: 34 926271669

Dropoff

Barajas - Telephone 34 926271669

15 Nov
1. Madrid
Stop
About the city: Madrid has a tempo of its own: The dry air of the Castilian plain crackles with its cosmopolitan crowds. If the illuminated shop windows along the Gran Vía, and the unrelenting elegance of Paseo de la Castellana are overwhelming, retreat to Old Madrid. Its tangle of side streets south of Plaza Mayor and Puerta del Sol are what makes the real Madrid. Spend half a day in the Prado Museum, thaat sit to rest on the steps leading down to the lake in lush Retiro Park. The city begins to live it up as soon as the sun goes down. Madrid claims to boast the largest number of bars per capita of any European city. Madrid teems with cultural events all year round. After concert, play or film, you can choose among literally hundreds of tapas bars and an endless array of nightspots. Madrid successfylly combines its cosmopolitan sophistication with its most cherished local traditions, the result is fascinating to explore.
15 Nov
Car journey 257 Kilometers - 2h 53m
Madrid
Albacete
15 Nov
2. Albacete
Stop
About the city: Albacete is a province in Castile-La Macha. At present, Albacete is a modern capital with large areas for pedestrians and green areas that make it one of the ten cities with more than 100,000 inhabitants with the lowest presence of pollution in all Europe. The province is home to both the typical landscapes of the plains of La Mancha and also has two nature reserves. In addition to the capital city, there are various other towns and villages of interest throughout the province such as Alcalá del Júcar, Almansa, Alcaraz, Chinchilla de Montearagón, Letur, Villarrobledo and Hellín. There are also some interesting cave shelters belonging to the Mediterranean Basin on the Iberian Peninsula, which has been awarded the World Heritage by the UNESCO.
15 Nov
Car journey 209 Kilometers - 2h 13m
Albacete
Benidorm
15 Nov
3. Benidorm
Stay
About the city: Benidorm is a seaside resort on the Costa Blanca in the province of Alicante. This city was a small fishing village, but today Benidorm is famous for tall hotels and holiday apartment blocks, some of which are over 25 floors high. It is one of the most famous tourist destinations in Spain and the most visited tourist resort on the Costa Blanca. This tourist destinity will suit all tastes and segments including families, young people, groups or couples. If your want to visit Benidorm, you have to see its old town and its famous Palace.
15 Nov
Accomodation
1 Night
We love it
Prince Park
78%
We love it
At 0.9 km from the center
FULL BOARD BEVERAGES INCLUDED DOBLE DOBLE DOBLE DOBLE
This hotel is very well located within metres to the centre of Benidorm. The nearest local sandy beach, Playa de Levante, lies within walking distance of the hotel. Guests will be able to find a varie...
16 Nov
Car journey 23 Kilometers - 33m
Benidorm
El castell de Guadalest
16 Nov
4. El castell de Guadalest
Stop
About the city: Nestled in the northern sector of the Marina Baixa, El Castell de Guadalest makes the tourism in the Costa Blanca look attracted by the evocative picture of a town that has maintained, over time, the most typical features of populations Alicante interior. The town, declared a historic-artistic set in 1974, is divided into two distinct districts: the castle, perched on top of the rock and protected by the old wall, retains its medieval flavor; and the Arrabal, post creation, when the population grew and moved to the foot of the mountain. In the highest part of town, the remains of the castle of San José which was conquered to the Muslims by Jaime I and fortified during the reign of Pedro IV is retained. Earthquakes and the War of Succession were to blame for its destruction, but today still standing several stretches of wall, the cistern and the keep. Climbing the old staircase that leads to the old town and then to flank the entrance, we face the manor house of the Orduña, with her coat on the door. Beside her, the parish church of the Assumption, built in the eighteenth century stands. He deserves great interest the tour of the main street, to admire the architecture of its houses on one level, white and bright. At the end of this street, in the square is the Town Hall which was once also tried and imprisonment.
16 Nov
Car journey 11 Kilometers - 14m
El castell de Guadalest
Polop de la Marina
16 Nov
5. Polop de la Marina
TOWN - Stop
16 Nov
Car journey 13 Kilometers - 24m
Polop de la Marina
Benidorm
16 Nov
6. Benidorm
Stay
About the city: Benidorm is a seaside resort on the Costa Blanca in the province of Alicante. This city was a small fishing village, but today Benidorm is famous for tall hotels and holiday apartment blocks, some of which are over 25 floors high. It is one of the most famous tourist destinations in Spain and the most visited tourist resort on the Costa Blanca. This tourist destinity will suit all tastes and segments including families, young people, groups or couples. If your want to visit Benidorm, you have to see its old town and its famous Palace.
16 Nov
Accomodation
1 Night
We love it
Prince Park
78%
We love it
At 0.9 km from the center
FULL BOARD BEVERAGES INCLUDED DOBLE DOBLE DOBLE DOBLE
This hotel is very well located within metres to the centre of Benidorm. The nearest local sandy beach, Playa de Levante, lies within walking distance of the hotel. Guests will be able to find a varie...
17 Nov
Car journey 142 Kilometers - 1h 31m
Benidorm
El Saler
17 Nov
7. El Saler
Stop
About the city: El Saler is a district of the city of Valencia, Spain situated in the district of South Villages, in the Albufera. MAIN TOURIST ATTRACTIONS - Dehesa: located between the Albufera and the sea, one of the areas with the greatest diversity of flora and fauna of the Albufera Mediterranean forest. - Saler Beach - Dehesa Beach. - Parish Church of San Jose. - House Demanà or Campaneta.
17 Nov
Car journey 13 Kilometers - 24m
El Saler
Valencia
17 Nov
8. Valencia
Stop
About the city: Valencia prizes its huertas, orchards, of citrus fruit trees, which flourish despite the arid conditions. Here visitors will find monuments to water, or fountains, and celebrations of vegetation, or gardens. This provincial capital, the third largest city in Spain, also offers a variety of museums and ancient monuments and buildings, all with a distinctly Moorish and nautical flavour. Valencia is the birthplace of both paella and orxata de chufas, and it provides the most authentic setting for sampling them. From the Old Town rises the Gothic and neoclassical Seu, Metropolitan Cathedral. Its tower, the Micalet, offers a far-reaching panorama of the historic centre of the city. The inside of the cathedral is notable for its cool simplicity and simple, but beautiful, six-panel altarpiece. The Museu de la Seu, the Cathedral Museum, claims among other lesser treasures, two large Goyas and one of Spain’s several supposedly authentic Holy Grails. Nearby is the Llotja de la Seda, the former silk exchange, with its handsome pillars. No matter if you like the modern or the old, Valencia has everything to offer. You can get lost at night in the historic centre and walk in front of the illuminated cathedral or visit La Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias, the City of Arts and Sciences, the avant-garde side of the city.
17 Nov
Car journey 145 Kilometers - 1h 44m
Valencia
Benidorm
17 Nov
9. Benidorm
Stay
About the city: Benidorm is a seaside resort on the Costa Blanca in the province of Alicante. This city was a small fishing village, but today Benidorm is famous for tall hotels and holiday apartment blocks, some of which are over 25 floors high. It is one of the most famous tourist destinations in Spain and the most visited tourist resort on the Costa Blanca. This tourist destinity will suit all tastes and segments including families, young people, groups or couples. If your want to visit Benidorm, you have to see its old town and its famous Palace.
17 Nov
Accomodation
1 Night
We love it
Prince Park
78%
We love it
At 0.9 km from the center
FULL BOARD BEVERAGES INCLUDED DOBLE DOBLE DOBLE DOBLE
This hotel is very well located within metres to the centre of Benidorm. The nearest local sandy beach, Playa de Levante, lies within walking distance of the hotel. Guests will be able to find a varie...
18 Nov
Car journey 46 Kilometers - 44m
Benidorm
Alicante
18 Nov
10. Alicante
Stop
About the city: Situated on the popular Costa Blanca, tourists keep coming to Alicante, probably because it remains so unscathed by their presence. A beautiful, well-planned city, Alicante is the surprise of the southern coast. Beyond polished pedestrian pavements lie the crowded streets of the old city at the foot of an imposing castle. With drawbridges, moats, tunnels, and secret passageways, the Castillo de Santa Barbara is not just another castle, it is one of the largest medieval fortresses in Spain, offering panoramic views of the city and the coast. The Cathedral of San Nicolas de Bari is typical of the severe Renaissance architectural styles in Spain and has a nice cloister with intricately carved doors. Alicante has some of the best nightlife in the region. El Puerto and El Barrio are among some of the liveliest spots in the city come evening but the Esplanada is more popular during the summer, as are the kiosks along Postiguet and San Juan beaches. With beautiful sandy beaches, a long waterfront and mild and pleasant climate this city has a truly Mediterranean air.
18 Nov
Car journey 31 Kilometers - 40m
Alicante
Elche
18 Nov
11. Elche
Stop
About the city: Elche is a town located in the comarca of Baix Vinalopó, Spain. According to the 2014 census, Elche has a population of some 228,647 inhabitants[2] (called il·licitans in Valencian and ilicitanos in Spanish), ranking as the third most populated city in the Valencian Community (after Valencia and Alicante) and the 20th largest Spanish city. Part of the municipality is coastal but the main city is some 11 km (6.8 mi) from the Mediterranean Sea. A small creek called Vinalopó flows through the city splitting it in two parts.
18 Nov
Car journey 74 Kilometers - 57m
Elche
Benidorm
18 Nov
12. Benidorm
Stay
About the city: Benidorm is a seaside resort on the Costa Blanca in the province of Alicante. This city was a small fishing village, but today Benidorm is famous for tall hotels and holiday apartment blocks, some of which are over 25 floors high. It is one of the most famous tourist destinations in Spain and the most visited tourist resort on the Costa Blanca. This tourist destinity will suit all tastes and segments including families, young people, groups or couples. If your want to visit Benidorm, you have to see its old town and its famous Palace.
18 Nov
Accomodation
1 Night
We love it
Prince Park
78%
We love it
At 0.9 km from the center
FULL BOARD BEVERAGES INCLUDED DOBLE DOBLE DOBLE DOBLE
This hotel is very well located within metres to the centre of Benidorm. The nearest local sandy beach, Playa de Levante, lies within walking distance of the hotel. Guests will be able to find a varie...
19 Nov
Car journey 130 Kilometers - 1h 31m
Benidorm
Murcia
19 Nov
13. Murcia
Stop
About the city: Murcia is a city on the Segura River, located in south-eastern Spain, inland but not far from the coast. It’s mainly a services city and an important university town. The city has grown considerably in recent years, and avenues and fine promenades now surround its attractive old quarter. Its pedestrianized streets and small squares create a peaceful atmosphere, complemented by a rich architectural heritage, dominated by the cathedral. Walking by Murcia's Old Town you'll find some beautiful buildings. Around the Cathedral visitor will see a few big avenues but also lot of small and narrow streets to explore. Also on this area there are many restaurants and Tapas Bars, shops, souvenir shops, and lot of coffee shops. A good option may be to have a drink at Cathedral Square before starting to explore the area. From any bar on this square there is a wonderful view of the square’s two main buildings: The Cathedral and Palacio Episcopal. It is a huge square and always it is full of people. Murcia's Cathedral is one of best and most impressive Cathedrals in Spain. The temple was constructed on the site of an old Arabic Mosque during the 15th century. Looking at the facade one can observe three different styles: Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque. The bell tower is 95 m. tall and has some beautiful Plateresque ornamentation. The interior of the Cathedral is mainly Gothic, with a layout of three naves and surrounded by some chapels. Nearby, we find Murcia's Town Hall, a colourful and beautiful building, where there are interesting exhibitions open to the public. Murcia is home to beautiful churches and museums, a fascinating old town, attractive plazas full of people and energy. It's the capital of the Murcia Region, a region known for agriculture and tourism, but also for the charming mountain villages, fishing station, beaches that are untouched and for the green countryside.
19 Nov
Car journey 48 Kilometers - 48m
Murcia
Cartagena
19 Nov
14. Cartagena
Stop
About the city: Cartagena is the main seaport of the Murcia region. Cartagena concentrates an artistic legacy that summarizes almost three millennia of Spanish History, being inhabited by most great Mediterranean Empires that have conquered the Iberian Peninsula sometime. Cartagena is a city full of monuments, with many archaeological sites and outstanding buildings of historical interest, together with the charm of the sea and the typical bustle of a port city. The confluence of civilizations as well as its strategic harbor, together the rise of the local mining industry is manifested by a unique artistic heritage, with a number of landmarks such as the Roman Theatre, the second largest of the Iberian Peninsula after the one in Mérida, an abundance of Phoenician, Roman, Byzantine and Moorish remains, and a plethora of Art Nouveau buildings, a result of the bourgeoisie from the early 20th century. Cartagena is now established as a major cruise ship destination in the Mediterranean and an emerging cultural focus.
19 Nov
Car journey 173 Kilometers - 1h 57m
Cartagena
Benidorm
19 Nov
15. Benidorm
Stay
About the city: Benidorm is a seaside resort on the Costa Blanca in the province of Alicante. This city was a small fishing village, but today Benidorm is famous for tall hotels and holiday apartment blocks, some of which are over 25 floors high. It is one of the most famous tourist destinations in Spain and the most visited tourist resort on the Costa Blanca. This tourist destinity will suit all tastes and segments including families, young people, groups or couples. If your want to visit Benidorm, you have to see its old town and its famous Palace.
19 Nov
Accomodation
1 Night
We love it
Prince Park
78%
We love it
At 0.9 km from the center
FULL BOARD BEVERAGES INCLUDED DOBLE DOBLE DOBLE DOBLE
This hotel is very well located within metres to the centre of Benidorm. The nearest local sandy beach, Playa de Levante, lies within walking distance of the hotel. Guests will be able to find a varie...
20 Nov
Car journey 461 Kilometers - 4h 32m
Benidorm
Madrid
20 Nov
16. Madrid
Stop
About the city: Madrid has a tempo of its own: The dry air of the Castilian plain crackles with its cosmopolitan crowds. If the illuminated shop windows along the Gran Vía, and the unrelenting elegance of Paseo de la Castellana are overwhelming, retreat to Old Madrid. Its tangle of side streets south of Plaza Mayor and Puerta del Sol are what makes the real Madrid. Spend half a day in the Prado Museum, thaat sit to rest on the steps leading down to the lake in lush Retiro Park. The city begins to live it up as soon as the sun goes down. Madrid claims to boast the largest number of bars per capita of any European city. Madrid teems with cultural events all year round. After concert, play or film, you can choose among literally hundreds of tapas bars and an endless array of nightspots. Madrid successfylly combines its cosmopolitan sophistication with its most cherished local traditions, the result is fascinating to explore.
1 Insurances
Seguro (Asistencia en viaje obligatorio) - Región (Un solo país) - Días (6)
price per person from
400 €
Based on 8 adults
Trip summary
8 Adults
15/11/2020 - 20/11/2020
Nights 5
This idea includes
Destinations 16
Accommodations 5
Cars 1
Insurances 1