Cronistas de España viewpoint, Mirador de la Iglesia or Mirador de la Muralla are some of the names that are given to this wonderful place that is right next to the most beautiful Church of the area, it is a must for all Altea visitors, no one should miss this fantastic view as it is probably the best in town.
The ascent to the lookout is steep but it is certainly a pleasant journey touring the old town of Altea, among cobbled streets and whitewashed houses that has a lot of charm, plus its charming coves are full of shops and restaurants.
A few meters from the viewpoint is Iglesia de Nuestra Señora del Consuelo, an architectural work that is loved by visitors for its two beautiful domes, decorated with typical blue tiles of the Levantine construction that are visible throughout the ascension to the old town.
You can climb to the viewpoint both day and night, both views are stunning, the beauty of the place, the white houses, the bay, the harbor, the green vegetation and the vastness of the sea during the day, or light show at night. It is a good place to get some fantastic photos.
When to visit to the Cronistas de España viewpoint?
You can climb to the Cronistas de España Viewpoint both, day and night, both panoramic are impressive, the beauty of the place, the white houses, Bay, port, the green of the vegetation and the immensity of the sea during the day, or a spectacle of lights at night. It is a good place to get some fantastic pictures.
A good option is, after a day at the beach, to get to the Mirador Cronistas at sunset, enjoy the view and take the opportunity to take a nice stroll and dine there at one of the restaurants with terraces placed in a narrow street or in a square, the atmosphere is very nice and the place could not be nicer.
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