Know Before You Go
The locomotive is next to a square called Plaça al Azraq, but this open space has now become a large parking area. Parking is free, but the entrance by road is hard to find. If using GPS use Av. Hispanitat.
While there is nothing stopping visitors from climbing onto the footplate, please be aware, this is not officially sanctioned and, to be honest, there is little there to see as all the brass parts have been removed. The locomotive is certainly not preserved in working order.
The info board next to the locomotive is in Spanish and Valencian, but has become rather foggy and hard to read because of deterioration.
If off-road cycling is your thing, it's possible to cycle from Gandia to Alicante by linking the Serpis, Alcoy and Maigmo greenways with only about 10 miles of on-road cycling. Another nine miles of the Xixarra line (from Biar near Villena has also been converted into a greenway and is known as the Xixarra greenway)
Nowadays, rail services to Alcoi are from Valencia and Villena (served by the Madrid line). A regular bus runs from Alicante.