Dramatic landscapes

Ancient earthquakes have left their mark.

 

Roof top views over the entire valley

Sunrise and Sunset are unforgetable

 

Trail & Mountain Running

Great training all year round  - guided holidays available

 

Rock Climbing

Walk to the local crags & just a short drive to many other superb venues

 

Ideal base for group holidays

walking, cycling, climbing, swimming  - or just relaxing!

 

Walking Holidays

 Many walks straight from the village, maps and guidebooks available

Abdet Self Catering Accommodation

Two well equipped 4 bedroom rental houses

 

Two traditional houses available for self-catering. Abdet, near Guadalest, is surrounded by beautiful mountain scenery, yet only 20 kms from Benidorm. Stunning views, superb walks and adventures on your doorstep. Read reviews on Tripadvisor or UK Climbing. Ideal for walking, road cycling tours , rock climbing, trail running and holidays. Self Catering Accommodation Details

  • We enjoyed the vuelta de serella, fabulous roads, like a cycling equivalent of a groomed piste! Also the almond blossomed terraces and the sunny skies were a welcome change from the UK.

    We also did a ride to Sella for lunch and then came back up over the Pueto Tudons having spent the 12km going downhill thinking I'll never get back up this!
    Jo and Fergus

  • Finding the perfect location close to transport links and the terrain needed for a cycling photo shoot is always a challenge. The houses in Abdet tick all the boxes - only an hour from Alicante airport, in the middle of mountains, outstanding views down to the coast and spacious interior.

    Cycling Weekly's Health & Fitness magazine based themselves at number 19 for a week to shoot the upcoming spring issue. Tom was fantastic with the organisation, accommodating our last minute change of plans and extending our stay. The villa was spacious, with plenty of amenities and space for all our kit, bikes and photographic equipment.

    The cycling in the surrounding region offered spectacular terrain and views, making capturing the perfect shoots a pleasure. Every time the models pushed out the door there was another hairpin to whiz down or a mountain to challenge on.
    Cycling Weekly Team

  • A fantastic and easy escape for a weekend of biking. Great scenery, trails, blue sky and fresh air. Thanks Tom and hope to come back for more sometime !
    Richard Sinclair

  • Great spot and we'll definately stay again... Got some good routes in. Sella as always immaculate bolted routes, but most memorable probably trad routes on Toix Sea Cliffs (Mystery tour) and Cordoba multi pitch routes. Next visit more trad big routes and mountain biking.
    Chas (Belper)

  • Hi there, and thank you for a fantastic stay. Your house, it's location, the weather, the climbing and our friendly host Dan were all excellent. Hope to do it all again soon, maybe then with some of my more extreme friends as I see the possibilities are endless for all sorts of adrenaline fixes.
    Eivind, Doria and Romeo (Madrid)

  • We had a great time thanks. Lots of new development on the Guadalest crags, some excellent routes upto about 7a/b on the right hand crag accessed through the village. Some of the best road biking I've done - Cheers
    Darran (Matlock)

  • We all had a really good time climbing at Toix, Sella, Guadalest, Abdet and Reconco. It was I must stress really good to be in a Spanish village and to be able to retreat from the chaos at the coast every night, we had a great holiday and will no hesitate to recommend Abdet to others
    Jonathan (Kendal)

  • Thanks for everything. Our stay at your pretty house was great. We loved it and there is something very tranquil and serene about your villa, Abdet is beautiful and the food at the local restaurant was great. So thanks again and I hope to be back at your place very soon
    Dee (London)

  • Had a wonderful time. House was very homely and we settled in straight away. Sue's son said that he liked it there as it was just like home! Amazing views and scenery. We found and used all the local pools as well as the nearby barranco. Got to know the locals at the bread and fruit van. We went on the coastal train and visited Calpe and Altea as well as Guadalest and the waterfalls. We had a brilliant time and would like to return when the weather is a bit cooler to do some more walking
    Sue and Dave (Leicester)

  • The scenery is awesome and the Guadalest Valley is really spectacular! I can see why so many British expats are enjoying their sunny lifestyle in the Costa Blanca region! The Costa Blanca Way is a fabulous creation, mixing surfaced roads with old mozarabic and mule tracks, we started in Val d-Ebo and made our way to Abdet, so we covered a good bit of ground in a few short days
    Jeri (California)

  • This is a pearl! What an unexpectedly lovely find! A treasure! Since I booked just from information on the website, I wasn’t sure if reality would measure up to my imagination. But the house is much nicer, with more character, decorated in better taste and in better condition than I expected, and the high expectations I had for the beautiful Sierra Serella were more than met. Wonderful surprises like the beautiful, fresh air after the blinding August heat at the coast, fantastic swimming in mountain cascades, gorging onesself on blackberries and figs along the way, and the superb sunset from Confrides castle are some of my most pleasant memories. I wish I’d booked an extra week, and am already planning my next trip! Of course, all my friends are hearing about it too, so you are sure to be soon swamped with visitors! Thanks again for everything! See you soon!|dq|
    Karen Rae Bone Hobøl (Norway)

  • We stayed for a week in Abdet and spent a day climbing here but could easily have climbed for several more. Fantastic rock quality, lovely well bolted single pitch routes and an amazing setting. Well worth a visit.
    Andy (UK)

  • The climbing was superb – on pristine rock with solid shiny new bolts – all to ourselves. Too much to do and not enough time to do it. We ventured up to the Serrella Slab on a bakingly hot day. What a place, what a route – only managed to top-rope it though.(photo below) A bit too intimidating to try a lead!.
    Ian (Scotland)

  • The trip was awesome. We climbed everyday, just had a break during the middle of the day as the temperature was a little to much (July). Thanks very much for the appartment. the place was amazing. Everyone was blown away at how nice the place was. We ended up climbing mainly locally. The routes at Guadalest were really cool and fresh. There was still friction on the limestone. Where as Sella alot of the routes were really polished.
    Dave (Glossop)