The Guadalest Valley, otherwise called the 'Falcon's Nest'. The marvelous vacationer spot can be come to after an invigorating 1hr drive from Alicante. The drive offers staggering perspectives of the mountain landscape and as you pass the town of Polop, the winding rural streets give the vibe of the past time. In the antiquated circumstances Guadalest was initially an Islamic nation, and was of awesome military significance. The antiquated demolishes and manors can be seen even in the present circumstances regardless of having been obliterated by the fights and cataclysmic events.
The Guadalest Valley and the white chime tower of 'Penon de la Alcala' are two of the must see landmarks there. The palace was secure to the point that so as to achieve it, one needs to go through a 15ft long passage, and that too by foot. The town has held its old world fascinate with its interesting cobbled lanes, a town square and an old Jailhouse. The number of inhabitants in this place is just around 200 occupants, and the significant control of these individuals is tourism related occupations. There are adequate chances of shopping as the avenues are loaded with shops offering specialties, keepsakes and neighborhood things, for example, wine and nectar.