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Adsubia is located at the entry to the Vall de Gallinera, on the road linking Pego with Cocentaina and Alcoy. Though Iberian/Roman remains have been found in the vicinity, its present day location dates back to the Moorish period. Its economy is based on agriculture, especially oranges and other citrus fruits. White houses with curiously formed tiles on their roofs dominate the village. Three km from Adsubia, on the right-hand side of road to Cocentaina, are the village and castle of Forna. The castle is one of the great medieval castles of the leader Al-Azraq, with a square layout with four rectangular towers. Once independent, Forna was annexed to Adsubia in 1915. Today only a few foreigners and villagers remain.

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L' Alfàs del Pi
was originally an inland fortified village providing shelter from the Berber pirates. The name 'Alfàs' was originally Moor and means 'sown land'. Its traditional economy is linked to the land and the growing of fruits and almonds and the extraction of metals and gypsum. Tourism has served as a platform to develop the town, the people and the cultural activities of L' Alfàs del Pi. It has been possible to control the growth of the town by ensuring that residential developments respect a limit of 4 storeys and by guaranteeing that 50 % of developed land is made up of green areas. Of the 12,547 inhabitants, 6,000 are foreigners from some 54 different countries. To accompany these human and urban features L'Alfàs del Pi has also created an infrastructure destined to improve the quality of life of its inhabitants - a multi-sports stadium, Municipal Arts Centre, Health Centre and amenities for all are some of the various services on offer. The Sea promenade is known as the Promenade of Stars as it contains the names of famous actors who have visited L' Alfàs del Pi during the annual Cinema Festival in July.
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is situated on a hill whose peak rises above the white-tiled parish church. The magnificently jumbled and cluttered centre of the Old Town provides Altea with a special charm. When visiting, start at the Plaza del Convento and take the Pont de Moncau - this leads to the Vellaguarda district, an area of steep narrow cobble-stoned streets with balconies and small glorietas (circular intersections). In the Plaza, the cultural and leisure centre of Altea is the Church of the Virgen del Consuelo (Our Lady of Solace). Altea's peacefulness and tranquillity have made it a paradise for artists and craftsmen and their shops and stalls are scattered throughout the Old Town Centre. At the foot of the hill lies the wide sea promenade and the commercial street, the Avenida del Rey Jaime I. L'Olla is another much-frequented beach opposite a small island of the same name. In earlier times, Altea used to be situated on the road to the Sierra de Bernia and was called Altea la Vella - a small village intersected by a Way of the Cross that ascends to a Calvary surrounded by cypress trees. The Sierra de Bernia, with its Font del Garroferet and ancient fortress, are excellent reasons to visit the area.

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is a small village located between a reservoir of the same name and the Xortá and Serrella sierras. Although Beniardá is situated in the costal region it is a typical village of the Alicante mountain area with an architecture that provides glimpses of its Moorish past. Islamic foundations have been found in a house in the calle de la Torre. The village's economy is typically agricultural with dry land crops and fruits being grown.

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Benidorm's beaches and range of leisure amenities explain why has it has become Costa Blanca's main tourist area. Benidorm has some of the best beaches in the world. The fine sand, cleaned daily, the quality of the services and the transparency of the water are the main reasons given by Benidorm's many visitors. There is a small cove between the Playa de Poniente and the old town centre, known as the Playa del Mal Pas, which can be reached from the port or from stairs that descend from the castle. The historical centre is located around the Canfali vantage point, which is the most emblematic image of Benidorm with a white stone balcony and a vantage point. The neoclassical church dedicated to St James the Apostle is also located in this area. The Levante beach can be reached from the Plaza del Castillo either by walking down through the narrow white streets, or through the town's commercial district. The Aiguera Park, designed by Ricardo Bofill, is Benidorm's largest park and divides the town in two. Benidorm's attraction lies in the variety of its leisure amenities, with a wide range of activities for foreign and national tourists, children, teenagers and pensioners.

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Those who enjoy hiking should stay in Callosa d'En Sarrià and experience places nearby that have remained unchanged for more than fifty years. This is certainly the case for Bolulla a farming village with a jumble of single-storied houses. Very few historical texts refer to Bolulla, though the village probably dates back to Moorish times when it was a farmstead. It was re-conquered by the troops of King Jaime I in 1254. The remains of Gartx castle are situated to the north of the municipal district, at the summit of mount