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A Fun Flamenco Show

A special flamenco show will be performed on Friday, 28th November at 8.0 p.m. at the restaurant Viva España. This restaurant is situated just off the N 332 driving towards Oliva, on the left hand side.

This special evening will hold a tombola, and serve a three course traditional Spanish meal. It is being held to raise funds for SPAMA, in aid of abandoned animals. The organisation feeds more than 600 animals who have been neglected, ill treated or abandoned.

The cost of the evening is €25 per person. To reserve a table telephone 96 213 4371.

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Posted by on 11/26/2008 11:37:00

Cable Ski Benidorm

From Easter to October you can cable ski on Levante Beach, Benidorm
Prices are as follows: 4 rounds €12 8 rounds €20 20 rounds €40 40 rounds €65 100 rounds €150 140 rounds €185

There are courses of 3 days for €50 or for a child €40 Weekly courses “ €80 “ €60
Monthly “ “ €130 “ €100 Weekend “ €45 “ €35

To participate you must be able to swim.

Telephone: 639 612 713

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Posted by on 10/18/2008 13:39:00

Music at the Manor House Benidoleig

On 29th June, there is a Candlelight picnic with music at the Manor House, Benidoleig.

Dress up and take along a picnic in the private and exclusive gardens of Casa Santonja in Beniarbeig for a fantastic evening of entertainment.

You will receive a champagne cocktail welcome and then invited to enjoy your candlelight picnic to an overture by concert pianist and Musical Director, Anthony Castro, followed by exclusive appearances of Graham Bickley and Mary Carewe, who will perform a complete programme of musical entertainment ranging from London and Broadway musicals to concert hall classics.

Gastes open at 5.30 p.m. and the concert commences at 7.30 p.m. Table seating and advance reservations only, bar facilities with waiter service. Ample parking.

Tickets: Adults €45, children under 14 years €30.

Book on line www.littleblackdressevents.eu/box-office.html or tel. Marcella 605843917 or Heidi 610298190

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Posted by on 06/19/2008 16:54:00

Traditional Flamenco in Abanilla

Abanilla is a very old village with friendly people and on Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays there is a traditional flamenco held in a Gipsy Cave-

Entrance with meal is €32, admission 8.0 p.m., entrance only is €15, including a jug of sangria. admission 8.45 p.m. The show starts at 9.30 p.m. and ends at 11.30 p.m.

The owner of the cave speaks several languages and will give a brief talk about the history of flamenco.

This is the real Spain and real flamenco.

Directions, Take the A 7 motorway towards Murcia, exit Orihuela-Benferri. Take Beniferri up to Abanilla. In Abanilla you will see a statue of Jesus Christ on a mountain, in that mountain you will find La Tona gypsy cave.

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Posted by on 06/11/2008 16:49:00

Aqua Natura Benidorm

Aqua Natura, Benidorm’s water park has a new attraction for visitors.

Sea lions give a spectacular show at 1.0 p.m. and 4.30 p.m. when spectators will learn all about their habitat, special characteristics and their way of life.

There are eight sea lions and visitors will be offered the chance to swim with the creatures before and after the shows.

Also anyone buying a ticket for the adjoining Terra Natura animal park will be given free entrance into Aqua Natura throughout the months of May and June.

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Posted by on 06/02/2008 16:04:00

Caves at Vall d'Ebo

A beautiful day out can be enjoyed in the mountains just 30 kilometres from Denia. Take the road to Pego, off the N 332, and from there continue towards Val d’Ebo, a beautiful winding road, passing the ravines of la Canya and l’Infern.

On arrival at the village you can visit the marvelous cave “Cova del Rull”, with its spectacular stalactites, stalagmites and rocks.

Visiting hours: April – September, fron 10.20 a.m. to 8.30 p.m. November – 14th January from 11.00 a.m. to 5.00.p.m. 16th February – March and October from 11.00 a.m. to 6.30 p.m.

Entry tickets will be sold until 40 minutes before the daily closure. The cave will be closed on December 25th and January 1st and from 15th January to 15th February.

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Posted by on 05/30/2008 21:41:00

Turron Museum

An interesting day out is a visit to the Turron Museum at Jijona. This can be enjoyed in conjunction with taking friends or relatives back to the airport at Alicante or just as a day out.

Just north of Alicante on the A7 take the N340 which will take you to Jijona, approximately 24 kilometres from Alicante. The museum is in Carretera Jijona-Busot, km 1 and is open from 10.0 a.m. to 1.0.p.m. and from 4.0 p.m. to 7.0 p.m. Mondays to Saturdays and from 10 a.m. to 1.0 p.m. and 5.0 p.m. to 7.0 p.m. Sundays and Festival days.

The museum is a private institution showing the technology related to the making of turron and marzipan. This was a very important activity during the XXth century but its roots date back to the Middle Ages.

The museum has three floors, the top floor displays the raw materials used, the middle floor shows the processes of making the turron and the lower floor the commercialization of the product.

Visits are carried out in the company of a guide. Brochures are available in several languages.

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Posted by on 05/30/2008 21:40:00

Medieval Show in Alfaz

Entertainment for all the family. There is a beautiful castle at Alfaz which gives spectacular medieval shows with jousting and many attractions, including dinner. One child goes free with each family.

The castle is situated off the N332 on the left hand side driving towards Benidorm.

For further information and reservations telephone 902 99 54 26

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Posted by on 05/14/2008 21:29:00

Calpe Attractions

The town of Calpe on the Costa Blanca has many attractions, the first one being the Ifach Rock.

This is the smallest Natural Park on the Mediterranean and it is possible to climb it.

This walk takes approximately two hours and the trail starts in El Aula de la Naturaleza, which houses an exhibition hall exploring the protected natural spaces and displaying specimens of flora and fauna from the park itself.

The path to the summit is bordered by lavender, pine trees and other shrubs.

The route passes by the remains of an ancient wall rebuilt in the 14th century and continues on to a tunnel which cuts through the rock and opens up on the north east side.

There are some glorious beaches and coves in and around Calpe, some of the rocks form sculptural figures and also here are archaeological sites.

Just below the rock there is the fish auction and port and if you visit this area in the afternoon you will see the fishing boats coming in with their catch and unloading, ready to start the fish auction at 5.0 p.m. You can watch the auction from a special walkway. There is a screen which shows information on each crate of fish with its lot number, the type of fish, the weight and the starting price, which is gradually lowered until a buyer presses the Purchase button and stops the process.

Just behind the fish auction all the fishing nets are lined out to dry in the sun and behind this again are several fish restaurants, all vying for your custom. They are all very competitive and a very good three course meal, including wine can be bought for as little as €8.50 plus VAT.

The centre of Calpe is a long street starting at the sea and climbing to the top, with many shops, cafes and restaurants and the old town at the top on the left hand side also has many tapas bars and restaurants.

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Posted by on 05/14/2008 21:25:00

Adventure Park in Orba

There is an adventure park in Orba, next to the garage, which has many attractions.

There is a high rope pathway, archery, facial fancy dress, paint ball, shooting, and many other attractions. The entrance fee is €30 and for more information telephone 96 558 4451.

To reach Orba from Moraira, drive to Teulada and on to the N 332, through Benissa and just north of Benissa take the right fork signposted Jalon, continue through Jalon and Alkalali and You will see the Orba signpost.

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Posted by on 05/10/2008 21:23:00