La Nucia

Towns and cities - Alicante Costa Blanca

La Nucia

The town of La Nucia is located in a privileged place in a crossroads between sea and mountain, 226 meters high and just 9 kilometers from the beaches of Benidorm and Altea. La Nucia is the gateway to the spectacular mountain ring of the Guadalest Valley. Its name comes from the Arabic word "Noziha", which means "delicious". Like most towns in the region, it originated in an old Arab farmhouse, where several wars occurred between Christians and Berbers.

La Nucia is a quiet town that is altered every Sunday by the Rastro flea market, a benchmark for lovers of antiques, bargains and trinkets since 1983. After visiting the Rastro market, we can walk through the village and visit the Llavador, drink water in the Font de la Favara, visit the shrines, stroll through its tortuous streets full of picturesque corners or get into the Captivador Trail Network and discover the Educational & Environmental Center (CEM). Another alternative is to enjoy the popular cuisine and typical dishes from the region. If you prefer sports, don't miss the Camilo Cano Sportive Complex, which has turned La Nucia into the City of Sport.

  • Address:
  • Ayuntamiento de La Nucia
  • Plaza Mayor, 1
  • 03530
  • La Nucia
  • Phone numbers:
    • +34 966 895 672
  • Area: La Marina Baixa
  • Touristic area: Alicante Costa Blanca
  • Altitude: 226
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Vista general de la Nucia

La Nucia

The town of La Nucia is located in a privileged place in a crossroads between sea and mountain, 226 meters high and just 9 kilometers from the beaches of Benidorm and Altea. La Nucia is the gateway to the spectacular mountain ring of the Guadalest Valley. Its name comes from the Arabic word "Noziha", which means "delicious". Like most towns in the region, it originated in an old Arab farmhouse, where several wars occurred between Christians and Berbers.

La Nucia is a quiet town that is altered every Sunday by the Rastro flea market, a benchmark for lovers of antiques, bargains and trinkets since 1983. After visiting the Rastro market, we can walk through the village and visit the Llavador, drink water in the Font de la Favara, visit the shrines, stroll through its tortuous streets full of picturesque corners or get into the Captivador Trail Network and discover the Educational & Environmental Center (CEM). Another alternative is to enjoy the popular cuisine and typical dishes from the region. If you prefer sports, don't miss the Camilo Cano Sportive Complex, which has turned La Nucia into the City of Sport.

Imagen de la ciudad deportiva con el Puig Campana al fondo

La Nucia

The town of La Nucia is located in a privileged place in a crossroads between sea and mountain, 226 meters high and just 9 kilometers from the beaches of Benidorm and Altea. La Nucia is the gateway to the spectacular mountain ring of the Guadalest Valley. Its name comes from the Arabic word "Noziha", which means "delicious". Like most towns in the region, it originated in an old Arab farmhouse, where several wars occurred between Christians and Berbers.

La Nucia is a quiet town that is altered every Sunday by the Rastro flea market, a benchmark for lovers of antiques, bargains and trinkets since 1983. After visiting the Rastro market, we can walk through the village and visit the Llavador, drink water in the Font de la Favara, visit the shrines, stroll through its tortuous streets full of picturesque corners or get into the Captivador Trail Network and discover the Educational & Environmental Center (CEM). Another alternative is to enjoy the popular cuisine and typical dishes from the region. If you prefer sports, don't miss the Camilo Cano Sportive Complex, which has turned La Nucia into the City of Sport.

Centro de educación medioambiental el Captivador - La Nucia

La Nucia

The town of La Nucia is located in a privileged place in a crossroads between sea and mountain, 226 meters high and just 9 kilometers from the beaches of Benidorm and Altea. La Nucia is the gateway to the spectacular mountain ring of the Guadalest Valley. Its name comes from the Arabic word "Noziha", which means "delicious". Like most towns in the region, it originated in an old Arab farmhouse, where several wars occurred between Christians and Berbers.

La Nucia is a quiet town that is altered every Sunday by the Rastro flea market, a benchmark for lovers of antiques, bargains and trinkets since 1983. After visiting the Rastro market, we can walk through the village and visit the Llavador, drink water in the Font de la Favara, visit the shrines, stroll through its tortuous streets full of picturesque corners or get into the Captivador Trail Network and discover the Educational & Environmental Center (CEM). Another alternative is to enjoy the popular cuisine and typical dishes from the region. If you prefer sports, don't miss the Camilo Cano Sportive Complex, which has turned La Nucia into the City of Sport.

Lavadero de la Nucia

La Nucia

The town of La Nucia is located in a privileged place in a crossroads between sea and mountain, 226 meters high and just 9 kilometers from the beaches of Benidorm and Altea. La Nucia is the gateway to the spectacular mountain ring of the Guadalest Valley. Its name comes from the Arabic word "Noziha", which means "delicious". Like most towns in the region, it originated in an old Arab farmhouse, where several wars occurred between Christians and Berbers.

La Nucia is a quiet town that is altered every Sunday by the Rastro flea market, a benchmark for lovers of antiques, bargains and trinkets since 1983. After visiting the Rastro market, we can walk through the village and visit the Llavador, drink water in the Font de la Favara, visit the shrines, stroll through its tortuous streets full of picturesque corners or get into the Captivador Trail Network and discover the Educational & Environmental Center (CEM). Another alternative is to enjoy the popular cuisine and typical dishes from the region. If you prefer sports, don't miss the Camilo Cano Sportive Complex, which has turned La Nucia into the City of Sport.

Vista de la Nucia entre ramas

La Nucia

The town of La Nucia is located in a privileged place in a crossroads between sea and mountain, 226 meters high and just 9 kilometers from the beaches of Benidorm and Altea. La Nucia is the gateway to the spectacular mountain ring of the Guadalest Valley. Its name comes from the Arabic word "Noziha", which means "delicious". Like most towns in the region, it originated in an old Arab farmhouse, where several wars occurred between Christians and Berbers.

La Nucia is a quiet town that is altered every Sunday by the Rastro flea market, a benchmark for lovers of antiques, bargains and trinkets since 1983. After visiting the Rastro market, we can walk through the village and visit the Llavador, drink water in the Font de la Favara, visit the shrines, stroll through its tortuous streets full of picturesque corners or get into the Captivador Trail Network and discover the Educational & Environmental Center (CEM). Another alternative is to enjoy the popular cuisine and typical dishes from the region. If you prefer sports, don't miss the Camilo Cano Sportive Complex, which has turned La Nucia into the City of Sport.

Vistas de la Nucia con el mar al fondo

La Nucia

The town of La Nucia is located in a privileged place in a crossroads between sea and mountain, 226 meters high and just 9 kilometers from the beaches of Benidorm and Altea. La Nucia is the gateway to the spectacular mountain ring of the Guadalest Valley. Its name comes from the Arabic word "Noziha", which means "delicious". Like most towns in the region, it originated in an old Arab farmhouse, where several wars occurred between Christians and Berbers.

La Nucia is a quiet town that is altered every Sunday by the Rastro flea market, a benchmark for lovers of antiques, bargains and trinkets since 1983. After visiting the Rastro market, we can walk through the village and visit the Llavador, drink water in the Font de la Favara, visit the shrines, stroll through its tortuous streets full of picturesque corners or get into the Captivador Trail Network and discover the Educational & Environmental Center (CEM). Another alternative is to enjoy the popular cuisine and typical dishes from the region. If you prefer sports, don't miss the Camilo Cano Sportive Complex, which has turned La Nucia into the City of Sport.

Photo La Nucia

La Nucia

The town of La Nucia is located in a privileged place in a crossroads between sea and mountain, 226 meters high and just 9 kilometers from the beaches of Benidorm and Altea. La Nucia is the gateway to the spectacular mountain ring of the Guadalest Valley. Its name comes from the Arabic word "Noziha", which means "delicious". Like most towns in the region, it originated in an old Arab farmhouse, where several wars occurred between Christians and Berbers.

La Nucia is a quiet town that is altered every Sunday by the Rastro flea market, a benchmark for lovers of antiques, bargains and trinkets since 1983. After visiting the Rastro market, we can walk through the village and visit the Llavador, drink water in the Font de la Favara, visit the shrines, stroll through its tortuous streets full of picturesque corners or get into the Captivador Trail Network and discover the Educational & Environmental Center (CEM). Another alternative is to enjoy the popular cuisine and typical dishes from the region. If you prefer sports, don't miss the Camilo Cano Sportive Complex, which has turned La Nucia into the City of Sport.

Vista general de la Nucia
Imagen de la ciudad deportiva con el Puig Campana al fondo
Centro de educación medioambiental el Captivador - La Nucia
Lavadero de la Nucia
Vista de la Nucia entre ramas
Vistas de la Nucia con el mar al fondo
Photo La Nucia

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