If you visit benidorm then you must reserbve half a day to see this National park which comprises a series of natural and artifically dammed waterfalls and pools. The cost is modest at about €20 for a family whith the normal concessions for students and pensioners. Expect to do some steep climbing and walking where the groud can be a little uneven but there is a high level wheelchair friendly path giving a panoramic view. There is a car park for about 30 vehicles at the entrance but it will be hobson's choice to find a space in the summer.
You can even dive and swim in a couple of the pools if you want to. There is a special area reserved for picnics, eating is prohibited elswhere and there is a reasonably priced resturant at the entrance. You will be stopped for the obligatory photograph as you make your way in but purchase is not a requirment although the price is reasonable and I always figure it is nice to have a picture of the whole group.
The best time to visit is Spring when all the flowers are out but it makes a welcome break in the hills in the heat of summer and you can relax under the shade of the trees along the river banks.
If you drive watch out for the many car parks who try to lure you in on the approach and charge a couple of euros, in the high season it may be you best bet an they all offer the price back if you buy a meal or drinks in the restaurant attached but it is still a stiff climb on the roadway up to the falls if you stop too low down.
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