- flying to Alicante from Heathrow with bikes
Hi LondonLady, sorry I can’t help with yr query but you could get the high speed train (AVE) to Valencia, or hire a car from Madrid & drive over. Last time I looked Ryanair were doing Madrid – Alc for 10e, about what the service is worth.
I have shipped bikes over to Spain separately, I live in Spain so can wait.
Where are you heading? I have done loads of biking between Benidorm & Denia (I use the local train alot to get to new places). It is hot & sunny at the moment so pack the sunlotion.
Anything else I can help with just ask, email in profile.Posted 6 years ago
Thanks, I don’t know anything about their set up but I have done loads of walking & biking near Calpe. The train stops there so you have access to all areas along the coast.
If it were me I’d hire a car from Madrid so you have access to inland areas. Train is good but it only accesses the coast.
Any help needed just email & ask.Posted 6 years agoDougDMember
Poolman, what are the mtb routes like around there? Am over in Altea la Vella a few times a year and am planning on bringing the bike out next time. Also, are there any decent bike shops around that way? I know there was one in Altea but last time I was there (Oct) it had closed down.Posted 6 years ago
Bike shop is in Calpe but I use the one in Javea as it is good, also 2 in Denia.
I cycled up along River Algar from Altea to Guadalest last week, 40-50km round trip. At Guadalest you can do a (rather steep) circuit of the lake. Beer in Albir was 1.6e a pint & that was a beachfront bar.
You are at the foot of Bernia in Altea but you can’t cycle up there, maybe a bit of the orbital circuit but I’d walk it.Posted 6 years ago
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