Elche (/ˈɛltʃeɪ/, Spanish: [ˈeltʃe]), or Elx (Valencian: [ˈɛʎtʃ]), is a town located in the comarca of Baix Vinalopó, Spain. According to the 2014 census, Elche has a population of some 228,647 inhabitants (called il·licitans in Valencian and ilicitanos in Spanish), ranking as the third most populated city in the Valencian Community (after Valencia and Alicante) and the 20th largest Spanish city.
Restaurants in Elche
5.0 based on 300 reviews
Winery and Vineyards. Guided tours and wines tasting. It consists of a visit to our winery guided by its owner. You will visit our house, winepress and museum, vineyard, fermentation building and barrel room. You will taste 4 wines (white, rose, red and sweet). Each visitor will taste an individual dish with local food such as coca (typical type of pasty), dried sausages, cheese, homemade bread with extra virgin olive oil and dried fig and date bread. Guide Visits times from monday to sunday: 10 a.m to 6 p.m. BOOKING IN ADVANCE in the web page, email or by phone number.Only by appointment.
4.5 based on 1,036 reviews
Small botanical garden with many plants, little streams and fish. Very nice place for a walk and a rest and beautiful pictures
4.5 based on 921 reviews
Such a beautiful place. Serene, green and lush with plenty of places to sit down in the shade as you contemplate the gorgeous palm trees and peacocks. Don’t miss the Imperial Palm Tree dedicated your Austrian Empress ‘Sissi’ who came to visit in the 19th century.
4.5 based on 511 reviews
A visit to Basilica de Santa Maria is a must if your in Elche... The bell tower is just amazing!!!! The €2 administration fee is a bargain. The 270 or so spiral staircase is not for everyone, it gets quite narrow at the very top and if your claustrophobic maybe not for you... But all that said if you can give it a go.. On each level on the way up that have set out how it would have been in the past. The hole experience on the way up is very informative and fun.. and the views from the top “BREATHTAKING” May just be helpful to ask at the bottom how many people are already up the tower as passing people on the stairs can be a bit challenging...
4.5 based on 235 reviews
Great beach to get away from it all as you can always find a quiet spot. The only problem can be the wind but if you find a sheltered spot you'll be fine. The further you walk the quieter but there are no facilities and at the far end you will find the odd nudist. It takes about 40 mins to walk from Arenales along the promenade then down the walkway and on to the beach. The no3 bus will take you part of the way
4.5 based on 76 reviews
If arriving by train turn left as you exit until you enter the grove on your left, do not cross the main road even though there are more palm trees ( we got disorientated). The park has the elegant palms and a number of water features to break up the walk and bring interest before reaching the main town and tourist information. Enough seating spaces to be able to enjoy the peace.
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