With regard to buses, you are correct about the number 20 being a very limited service. However, it is not the best service for Altea and Albir, you should be looking at the number 10 which runs at 15 minute intervals through the day and at 20 minute intervals through the evening, up until around 11pm.
There are bus stops on the main road close to Gemelos 22. However, despite the frequency of the service, buses from the Old Town end of the resort can often be full by the time the reach that point, especially just after hotel meal times and on market days when tourists are on the move in greater numbers. But avoiding peak times, you should have no problem boarding the bus close to your apartments.
I believe the adult fare is ÃƒÂ¢Ã¢â‚¬Å¡Ã‚Â¬1.20 single.
I will leave others to tell you about evening highlights and places to see in each town.
We have just returned from a 2 week stay at the Gemelos 22. We went to Altea for the day. We got the number 10 bus at the stop just up the road from the Roundtown office which is on the opposite side of the road to the Gemelos 22.
Have a great time.
I would get off the bus along the main street and walk along looking in the shops and then end up at the sea front.
Albir has a very nice promanade for an evening stroll with quite a few places to eat and have a drink. At the beginig of the promanade are street stalls. If you fancy a longer walk you can walk into nearby Altea, it would take you around 20 mins.
I have been to Altea several times but only during the day.Altea also has a nice promanade and shops.
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