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Playa Racó de l'Albir(L' Alfàs del Pi)

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One of the most spectacular corners of l'Alfàs del Pi is, without a doubt, its coastline. El racó de l'Albir is located in the bay of Altea, between the foothills of the Serra Gelada and the imposing Ifach rock. From its particular pebble beach you can enjoy one of the most spectacular views of the coast of Alicante. This beach has obtained the Blue Flag distinction for more than thirty consecutive editions.
The beach of l'Albir has a length of 550 m. and its underwater seabed, included in the protected area of the Parc Natural de la Serra Gelada, has a great variety of animal species, as well as an extensive meadow of Posidonia oceanica, a fundamental plant for the marine ecosystem.
the marine ecosystem. Its waters are, therefore, the perfect setting for scuba diving. Other sports that can be practised in l'Albir are windsurfing, water skiing, canoeing and sailing, as well as Thai Chi and Nordic walking.
To enjoy the views of the beach we can walk along the Paseo de las Estrellas, where the artists awarded during the L'Alfàs Film Festival are honoured. At the beginning of the promenade, near the cliffs, we find the impressive sculpture of the anchor, a work by the artist Jorge Castro. In this area, where the tourist office is located, numerous cultural activities are organised in summer as part of the Estiu Festiu programme. The promenade also hosts the Crafts Fair, and for the little ones, there are several children's leisure areas, in addition to the workshops organised at the beach library.

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