Algar Waterfalls

Algar Falls, Fonts de Algar - The village of Algar is a complete contrast to Benidorm and is a real area of natural beauty. The Waterfalls are such a peaceful place, where you can just sit and relax while dipping your toes in the icy cold water in one of the 7 different pools. For the more adventurous there are areas designated for diving into the cold water, if you dare! The average water temperature summer or winter is around 18ºc.

There are also some lovely souvenir shops on the way up to the entrance of the falls, selling local produce such as Nisperos (medlar fruit) which are grown locally in Callosa.

There is no shortage of restaurants in Algar with 5 different restaurants all selling excellent typical Spanish meals and snacks, and each have their own swimming pool which you can use free of charge if you are eating at their restaurant or for a small fee of around 3€pp.

Algar Falls Fonts de Algar

Although the Algar Waterfalls have been very popular with the Spaniards and local residents for many years, it was the inclusion in one of the episodes of ITVs hit series “Benidorm” that made it famous with the British and those coming on holiday to Benidorm wanting to visit this little village.

So, if you want to get away from the hustle & bustle of Benidorm for the day and relax in this secluded paradise or you just want to see where Madge fell into the icy waters from her scooter visit this wonderful place.

Algar Falls Fonts de Algar

Top tip - take some plastic swimming shoes with you as the bottom of the pools is very rocky.  These are available at the shops there, but you will find them half the price in Benidorm.

Algar Falls fonts de algar

Is it suitable for the disabled and pushchairs? In summer, when the secondary entrance is open you can access the main swimming area with no problem. Outside this period access with a pushchair/wheelchair is difficult because there are steps and steep inclines. Obviously, this is a mountain setting.

Algar Falls Fonts de Algar


Dogs are permitted from the 16th of September to the 14th of June, as long as they are kept on a lead and they don’t bathe in the river.

Low Season - from 16th October to 14th June

Adults - 4€

Seniors - 3€

Students - 3€

Children 4 - 10 - 2€, 0 to 3 - FREE

High Season - from 15th June to 15th October

Adults - 5€

Seniors - 4€

Students - 4€

Children 4 - 10 - 2€, 0 to 3 - FREE

There are also group discounts available for 20 or more people you would be best calling in advance - 965880153.

Opening hours 2023

January - 09.00 - 15.30 closed 1st & 6th

February - 09.00 - 15.30

March - 09.00 - 17.30

April - 09.00 - 18.00 with the exception of 7th, 8th, 9th & 10th 09:00 - 19:00

May - 09.00 - 18.00

June -  1st to 18th - 09:00 - 18:00, 19th - 30th - 09.00 - 19.00

July - 09.00 - 20.00

August - 09.00 - 20.00

September - 1st - 10th 09:00 to 20:000, 11th - 30th 9.00 - 19.00

October - 1st - 6th 09.00 - 19.00, 7th - 15th 09.00 - 17.00,  16th - 31st 09.00 - 17.30

November - 09.00 - 17.30

December - 09.00 - 15.30 CLOSED 24th, 25th & 31st

Other Facilities at the Falls


First Aid

Tourist Information Centre - 96.588.01.53

Lifeguard (seasonal)



By Car from Benidorm - Take the exit for Benidorm along the CV- 70. Follow all roundabouts straight. pass through La Nucia, Polop, in Polop take thesecond exit off the roundabout towards Carretera de Callosa d'en Sarrià/CV-715.In Callosa d'en Sarrià take the second exit off the roundabout into Carretera de Bolulla/ CV-715. Follow for about 2 km. this road and turned right. Follow for about 1 km.this road (CV-7531). Duration approximately 25 minutes.

Parking at the Fuentes del Algar

The only free parking in the area is the one enabled by the Tourist Office of Callosa d'en Sarrià, located about 700 meters from the main entrance of the fountains. The rest of the car parks are private and paid, generally around 3€ but you normally get the fee back if using their restaurant.

Coach trips to Algar Waterfalls with Round Town Travel 

Algar Falls (morning or afternoon trip)

Algar Falls and Guadalest coach trip with Round Town Travel


The number 18 Llorent bus - for times etc 

The bus takes just over an hour, there is only one bus per day so check the timetable for pick up times at each location but it collects from the top of the Avd Mediterraneo normally around 10:00am. The bus drops you off at the Algar waterfalls and returns around 17:00 (please confirm these times with the driver as they are subject to last minute changes),

The ALSA bus line arrives to the centre of Callosa d’en Sarrià, from there to the Algar Waterfalls (at 3km.) you can get a taxi (around 7€).

Taxi from Benidorm - Average price between 24.00€ - 29.00€ to return to Benidorm you would need to book Radio Taxi Callosa d'en Sarria, call +34 96 681 00 10 or use the PIDE app.

For anyone wanting to do a bit of extra walking there is a route to Bernia Fort - Starting at the Algar Falls camping site. From here you walk uphill and take a left turn just just before the Dino Park and follow this road for approx 15 minutes to a sign post on the left hand side. Follow this directional sign and stay on the marked tracks until you reach the Bernia Fort.

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