The road is great, fast and flows beautifully. You will be regularly overtaken by cars travelling at great speeds which may tempt you to put your foot down. Don't be tempted, they have the capability to time you between toll booths and impose fines if you've been naughty.
Not saying this
willhappen but I wonder if the tourists are targeted more than the locals.
In addition to tour operator excursions, you will also find several local agencies in Benidorm offering day trips to Valencia. It would be worth comparing their prices against the tour operator, as well as the Alsa bus fare. Excursion tickets may also include admission to some of the main Valencia tourist attractions, such as the cathedral or museums.
The taxi will cost you an arm and a leg .
The bus run regularly from Benidorm's new bus station, the price is between ÃƒÂ¢Ã¢â‚¬Å¡Ã‚Â¬24.80 and ÃƒÂ¢Ã¢â‚¬Å¡Ã‚Â¬30.20 each, return and it can take from as little as 1 hour 30 mins to 4 hours...it all depends on which bus you catch, certain ones sit in Denia from between 15mins and 1hr.45mins....so that's going to be between ÃƒÂ¢Ã¢â‚¬Å¡Ã‚Â¬50/60 for 2 people (return) on the bus and you have to get/trek to the new bus station before you do anything.
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The N332 is slow through Altea and Benissa but after that its ok for a while. The section Calpe to Gata de Gorgos is stunning. and if you like pottery there are some excellent pottery shops just after the gorge. You can join the motorway at Pedregeur or continue on the N332 which runs close to the motorway to Gandia.
At Gandia you can get a train to Valencia, its very cheap - maybe 7 euros and takes about an hour. I think its a half hourly service.
This takes you right into Valencia centre where you can get the metro or bus.
The Thompson tour is well worth the money as you get to see the cathedral, market, time to walk around and then we went to the Ladro factory which is just outside Valencia. Some real bargains there. The journey was about hour and a half with stop halfway.
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