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Alcoy

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Alcoy is in the Valencian Community of Spain. Alcoy (Spanish: [alˈkoi]) or Alcoi (Valencian: [aɫˈkɔj]) is a city and municipality located in the province of Alicante, Spain. The Serpis river crosses the municipal boundary of Alcoi. The local authority reported 61,417 residents in 2010,[1] of whom 5,334 were of non-Spanish origin.

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  • 2 Estación de Autobuses (Bus Station) (across from the train station). From Valencia, Autocares Travicoi (tel. +34 963 491 425) runs several buses daily, including on weekends, with the journey taking just under two hours. From Alicante, Subus runs buses multiple times daily, with a full schedule available here.

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Castell de Bartxell (Barchell Castle, 12th century), of likely Muslim origin. It has a rectangular keep and a court with rainwater tank.

Hermitage of St. Anthony the Abbot (14th-18th centuries)

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