Alfaz Del Pi. Alfaz del Pi is famous on the Costa Blanca for having more full-time foreign residents than Spanish residents.
There is a great mix of over 90 different nationalities living in Alfaz and this makes it a great tourist destination because of its variety. This doesn’t mean to say that Alfaz Del Pi doesn’t contain the charm of other typically Spanish resorts. In fact it has made this once little town a diverse hub with Spanish, British, Norweigan and Dutch influence.
The town has a large British Ex-pat community and this in turn means we’re well catered for. On one corner you’ll find the Tapas bars, restaurants and ice-cream parlours you’d come to expect in Spain ,backed by a stunning church & town hall in the plaza. On another corner you’ll be greeted by British bars, restaurants, hairdressers and the Costa Blancas favourite British ‘curry house’-The Curry Pot. (5 minutes walk from the Caravn Park)
The town has become famous for it’s yearly film festival. Spanish Fiestas (street festivals are common and not unusual to take over the whole town!)
Alfas Del Pi is served by the ‘number 10’ service with numerous bus stops throughout the town. The bus service runs between the resorts of Benidorm, Altea, Albir & Alfaz Del Pi and is every 15 minutes.