Motorcycle museum Guadalest

Motorcycle museum Guadalest at the Costa Blanca.
If you are staying in this Valencia region is worth a visit.

Guadalest village

The village is hidden in the mountains. Nearby Benidorm, Altea and Calpe .

It is a small village who is famous for the spectacular views .
From here you can see the Mediterranean sea on a clear day.
But also the countryside and the azul water of the lake nearby.


Furthermore this part of Marina Baja is is the place for the professional cyclist to come in the winter to train.

But also ” ordinary ” cyclist can enjoy the difficult climb to the top.
Guadalest is for many people a favorite place to go.

The village is very charming with old streets, a little old church and plenty little bars and restaurants.
But also wit a picturesque castle on the top.

But also different meseums to see.

Motorcycle museum Guadalest

First it is more a vintage motorcycle museum.
In Spanish is called : “Museo de Vehículos Históricos de Guadalest“.

Museo de Vehículos Históricos de Guadalest
Museo de Vehículos Históricos de Guadalest

In the museum there are more than 100 old bikes.
Of course, different Spanish models. But also Italian or European models
To sum up : Ossa, Bultaco, Vespa, Montesa…

But also Henderson, Harley Davidson, Enfield Cycles, BMW, Ducati and many more.

Motorcycle Museum Guadalest
Motorcycle Museum Guadalest

The entrance is 3 euro.
Opening hours are from 10:00 till 18:00. The museum is open summer and winter season.


If you go to the motorcycle museum in Guadalest , take you time to visit the area .

Such as the azul blue lake or waterreservoir of Guadalest.
But it nice to tak e a drink or a meal in one of the many restaurants.
Of course outside on the terrace with a superb view.
So life is good in Guadalest.

When you take the road back to the coast of Alicante you can also make a stop at the Algar water falls.
We love this place.
Interested ? Than you can read more on our page Guadalest and the Algar waterfalls.

Guadalest Algar waterfalls
Guadalest Algar waterfalls