Directions fom Alicante Airport to Abdet
Please take care at the airport as there have been reports of thefts.
1) Leave the airport and follow signs for Valencia A7 (that's the motorway heading north). You get onto the motorway about 2km out of the airport and it's well signposted.
Alicante Aiport is best airport to use, it is about an hours drive to Abdet. There are cheap flights from most European airports (Ryanair, Easyjet, etc). Valencia is also possible. If flights are looking expensive and you have the time you can try flights to Madrid. It's an interesting journey to make !
You really need a hire car as bus transport beyond Benidorm is very limited. If you are part of a guided holiday we will arrange transfers from Alicante Airport for you. We may ask you to catch the express bus which runs every hour from the airport to Benidorm.
CAR HIRE - we suggest you have a car, they are very cheap to hire, ususally £5 a day or less, although most will charge you for a full tank of petrol as well - we recommend www.rhinocarhire.com
Cheap flights to the Costa Blanca - Here are best options for cheap flights out to Spain and the Costa Blanca. The closest airport is Alicante. This may not be the cheapest option though, so look for flights to Valencia and Murcia (both about 2 to 3 hours drive on very good roads). You can also fly to Madrid (usually very cheap with easyjet, the drive is around 4 hours but on toll free and usually very quiet motorway). This option is certainly worth considering for longer trips with groups of more than two.
Reliable airport transfers in the Alicante and Benidorm area
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Easyjet Luton, Stansted, Gatwick, Belfast, Liverpool, Bristol, East Mids or Newcastle
Jet2.com Flights to Alicante, Valencia and Murcia. From Leeds, Manchester and London.
Monarch Flights from Manchester, Luton or Gatwick
The climate in Abdet is one of it's great attractions. Situated at an altitude 650 metres overlooking the Guadalest Valley makes it a year round venue for activities such as climbing, walking and cycling.
We aim to minimise our impact on the environment and also to benefit wherever possible the local communities in Abdet
Our rental houses were reconstructed during 2003 from a totally ruined village houses. The work was done by local builders using traditional and recycled materials wherever possible.
The main heating is provided by wood pellet stoves which are very efficient and eco friendly.