Alcoy Tourist Information – What to Do & See When on Holiday in Alcoi

Alcoy is a large Spanish town located inland from the coastal resorts on the Northern Costa Blanca and is also known as and referred to as Alcoi.

This attractive city is situated at the foot of Serra Mariola and the Font Roja natural park.

Alcoy means city of bridges because of the many bridges built because Alcoy is surrounded by the Molinar, Serpis and Barxell rivers.

Many expats have moved here to settle in the town and have done much to contribute to the town’s economic well being.

Alcoy is located approximately an hour away by car from the popular tourist resorts of Javea, Denia and Moraira.

Locals, expats and holidaymakers who wish to book flights to the nearest airport usually choose Alicante Airport as it is the closest or Valencia Airport to fly into.

Alcoy is a very old city dating back to several thousands of years and has played an important role through the ages as can be seen when doing a sightseeing tour.


Hotels & Accommodation

Alcoy is a city with over sixty thousand inhabitants of which close to 10% are expats.

Visitors to Alcoy have a choice of three hotels to check into of which the four star AC Hotel Ciutat del Alcoy by Marriott is the more luxurious of the town with rates starting at about €60 a night and the three star Hotel Reconquista has rooms on offer from about €45 a night.

The Hotel Masia La Motta is a two star hotel with luxurious surroundings and rooms which can be booked from €95 a night.

Budget accommodation can be booked in Alcoy at the Casa Bons Aires and the Hostal Savoy.

Try book your hotel in Alcoy in April if possible because of Alcoy’s famous Moors and Christians festival (fiesta).

Three Star Hotels

Three star hotels in Alcoy are the most popular choice of Alcoy hotels as they offer clean, safe accommodation while being affordable to most people. Facilities in your room will include basics such as telephone, hairdryer etc. The three star Alcoy hotel may have a swimming pool for your use, a gym and internet access but do check if these hotel facilities are essential to you.

Hotel Reconquista ***

The Hotel Reconquista with 70 rooms is situated in the centre of the city of Alcoy.

Address: Puente de San Jorge, 1
Telephone: 96 533 0900


Hotel Odon ***

The Hotel Odon is outside of Alcoy but only 5 minutes drive away in the town of Cocentaina.

Address: Avgda. País Valencia, 145, Cocentaina.
Telephone: 96 559 1212

Four Star Hotels

AC Ciutat d’Alcoi ****

Superb 85 rooms in this hotel set in a restored warehouse giving it a unique character. In the heart of Alcoy’s town centre so a perfect location from which to explore the sights of Alcoy.


Hotel AC Alcoy

Address: C/ Colón, 1 – Alcoy
Telephone: 965 33 3606

Hostals in Alcoy/Alcoi

A really cheap alternative to staying in a Alcoy hotel is to book into a Alcoy hostel. Be advised that these hostels are very basic accommodation traditionally sought out by student travelers and backpackers on a budget.

Some hostels in Alcoy will require you to sleep in a room with other guests and share bathrooms. In some cases there will be a strict time that you have to be in by which is no good if you want to sample the Alcoy nightlife. Needless to say – staying in a Alcoy hostel is the cheapest form of accommodation you can find in Alcoy.

We recommend this hostel in Alcoy:

Hostel Savoy
Address: c/ Casablanca, 9, Alcoy
Telephone: 96 554 7272

Video of the Hostal Savoy:


Restaurants in Alcoy to dine out at as recommended by the Trip Advisor include Casa Juliet, Restaurante Lolo, Font Roja, Malvasia Vinoteca, Tasca Sonora and the Restaurante Bar El Forn.

The economy of Alcoy doesn’t depend solely on tourism but also on textiles, food, paper and metal. Alcoy has several factories and is the commercial and economic hub of the area.


Webcam of Alcoy Old Town at the Plaza de Espana – Alcoy has a very attractive old town centre with many squares and winding streets.

This Alcoy webcam in the Plaza de Espana is the very heart of Alcoy and a great place to visit in April when Alcoy celebrates it’s Moors and Christian fiesta (festival).


On the sight seeing front on the tourist trail points of interest in Alcoy to take note of are the Castell de Bartxell dating back to the 12th Century.

Busy street in AlcoyThe Hermitage of St Anthony, the Archaeological Museum, Convent of Sant Augusti, The Santa Maria Iglesia as well as the Torre de la Valora.

The most important festival in Alcoy is that of the Moors and Christians which in 2013 takes place from 22nd to the 24th of April.

Alcoy is set against the backdrop of the Parc Natural de la Serra de Mariola and the Parc Natural del Carrascar de la Font Roja which are great for walking tours and hiking.

Guadalest is only twenty kilometres away from Alcoy and is well worth if a visit.

If you wish to stay overnight you can book a room at the Casas Noves from €65 a night.

The beaches of Moraira, Denia, Calpe and Javea are great for relaxing while Benidorm with its theme parks is approximately eighty minutes away by car.

Alcoy Tourist Office (Oficina de Turismo)

Alcoy Tourist Information Office
Adddress: Plaza de España, 14, 03801, Alcoy-Alcoi, Albatera (Alicante – Alacant)
Telephone: +34 965487902
Opening Times: Monday to Friday from 10:00 to 14:00 h and from 16:00 to 18:00 h. Saturdays, Sundays and holidays from 11:00 to 14:00 h.

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