Popular Lettings in Altea
Highlights in Altea
- Old town with a lot of charm
- Multitude of beaches with Blue Flag
- Natural Park of the Serra Gelada
- Exquisite seafood
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Holiday rentals and lettings in Altea
If you travel as a couple or with one or two children and are going to spend most of your time away, the best holiday rentals in Altea are the rentals, as they are cheaper. In addition, there is a great variety of them scattered throughout the town, but especially in the centre and along the promenade. Ideal for those who want to enjoy the beach and the most emblematic buildings and streets of Altea. Choose the services you want to enjoy during your stay and come to live an unforgettable stay.Houses and villas with swimming pool just a few minutes from the beach
If you want to spend a few days in a holiday rental in Altea enjoying the sea and the beach, On Holidu you will find a wide range of houses and private villas of all kinds. Located in residential complexes as well as in independent plots with swimming pool. But all of them equipped with everything you need and just a few minutes walk from the promenade. Perfect for both a weekend with a partner and a trip with family or friends.
Holidays in Altea
Located in the province of Alicante, between Calpe, Benisa} and Benidorm, Altea is a charming town of 23,500 inhabitants that constitutes one of the favourite destinations of all Costa Blanca, both for national and international tourism. Its attractiveness is such that its population has multiplied almost fivefold since the 1960s. It is a place of refuge for artists such as Rafael Alberti, Vicente Blasco Ibañez, Sergio Salma or Josh Rouse. The charm of its architecture and its streets are joined by the beauty of its more than 6 km of coastline alternating with cliffs and small coves, with stretches of flat beaches. What are you waiting for to book a holiday rental in Altea and get to know everything first hand?One of the most beautiful towns on the Costa Blanca
Among the steep and narrow streets of the old quarter of Altea, the white colour of its farmhouse stands out, which is perched around a hill that crowns the church of Nuestra Señora del Consuelo. White colour that is only interrupted in certain occasions by the seeing and fuchsia of the plants and bougainvilleas that hang from the balconies. Its streets slowly descend towards the sea, where you will find the fishing port, the marina and the promenade, full of shops, cafes and summer terraces. Everything you need to have a great time while staying in a cheap letting in Altea.
The beaches of Altea extend along 8 km, alternating beaches, coves and cliffs. Many of them have been awarded the Blue Flag, which certifies the quality of their waters and the services with which they are equipped. But, without a doubt, the most outstanding are Mascarat, Barreta and Solcida. However, if you go with children, the most recommended are those of Arenal Bol and Fossa, in the town of Calpe.Altea for active tourism enthusiasts
In the vicinity of Altea is the Sierra de Bernia y Ferrer, belonging to the municipality of Xalo. There you can enjoy a wide range of hiking and cycling routes. It is worth making an excursion just to be able to contemplate the magnificent views of the coast, from Calpe and the Peñon de Ifach to Benidorm. But if the mountain doesn't convince you, you can opt for water sports such as sailing or diving. These are the options that Altea's holiday rentals offer.
Did you know that the Orthodox church of Altea was the first temple of its kind built in Spain? A replica of the same church built in Russia in the 17th century.
Altea is one of those places that invite you to get lost. Its historic centre offers the traveller corners full of magic. In spite of being a destination that lives for tourism, Altea has managed to keep its essence alive, with that taste of yesteryear that it likes so much and that, at least for a few days, is capable of making us forget about stress and worries. Not to be missed are the church of Nuestra Señora del Consuelo, the ruins of the old water mill cisterns, the towers of La Galera and Bellaguarda, the church Monastery of La Olla, and the Orthodox church of Altea.2. Make an excursion to the Natural Park of Serra Gelada
This is a park covering an area of 5,000 hectares of protected natural space that has a wide range of signposted paths. If you're going with children, there's a beautiful, easy 5km trail that offers wonderful views of Altea Bay and the Peñon de Ifach.3. Discover their traditions through their popular festivities
If you have the opportunity to visit the town in February, you can enjoy the Moors and Christians fiestas in honour of San Blas. An event of great tradition that will enchant both adults and children. But if you travel in summer, you can have a great time in the festivities of the Holy Trinity, San Roque and San Pedro. The festivities of San Lorenzo, celebrated during the month of August, deserve a special mention. Don't miss the fireworks display that shoots from the sea.4. Try paella with anchovies and sea urchins
The five senses come into play in Altea's cuisine. And it is that this locality has pampered with taste and affection its lands and its sea. Its main ingredients are rice, fish and products from its orchard, with which paella, empedrat and seafood paella are made. But also try the sea urchins, accompanied by a good glass of wine.
FAQ: Frequently asked questions about holiday rentals in Altea
Based on its annual average price of £168.65, Altea is not a city that stands out for being the most expensive or the cheapest in Spain.When are holiday rentals cheaper in Altea?
Travellers who want to be budget-friendly should travel to Altea in March, February, and January the cheapest months of the year, with average prices of £130.85, £139.08, and £143.07 per night, respectively, based on data collected in 2019.When does the price of holiday rentals in Altea go up the most?
When it comes to renting a holiday letting in Altea, the highest prices are found in the month of August (with an average of £258.79 per night), followed by July (£218.03), and September (£180.24).Should I plan a trip to Altea well in advance?
It's better to book sooner than later in Altea as only 49% of the accommodations remain available, following the data observed in 2019.What time of the year can I find more available holiday rentals?
The months when it's the easiest to find free accommodation in Altea are May (the average amount of properties that are available reached 68.25% of the total in 2019), June (61.6%), and April (61.25%).Which months is it more difficult to find available rentals?
The month with the highest average booked rental figures is August (only 23.2% of properties were available on average in 2019). Followed by July (31%), and September (39.25%).Are there many holiday rentals in Altea?
In Altea we have an extensive catalogue of around 1600 properties, with options of all kinds, thanks to our 34 local and international partners.