This village, with just over 7,000 inhabitants, can be considered to be halfway between beach and mountain tourism. In fact, the nearest beach is about 15 minutes away by car, and the mountain area is right next to the village itself. For this reason, those who usually stay here may be interested in both types of tourism.
It is also common for cyclists to frequently turn up on their roads.
As with other towns in the Marina Alta area, it is very common to travel to eat in restaurants, go to the beach, attend local festivals, buy typical sweets… in short, this is a type of tourism that is often moved around, which is why having a vehicle is essential to take advantage of all that this part of the province of Alicante has to offer.