Alicante City&Beach

Alicante City&Beach

Main image
  Quality destination

By road, boat or plane. Any means of transport is suitable to get to this city called City of Light. With more than 3,000 years of history, patent in the remains left by different civilizations, the capital of the Costa Blanca offers the most varied landscapes and the most enviable contrasts. A cultural city with wide parks, gardens and a city centre with lots of businesses, Alicante also enjoys night-life. Furthermore, its fine sand beaches count with multiple services. And it goes on improving! Alicante keeps up its efforts in order to increase the number of projects held and the ilusion to maintain itself, as always, as a tourist destination par excellence.

How to get here:

The A-7 motorway and the 340 and 330 A-roads give access to the city of Alicante, which has a railway station and an airport located a few kilometres from the urban centre.


Active tourism companies
Adventure company
Complementary services companies
Fairs and conferences
Language schools
Leisure parks
Natural Landscapes
Tourist offices
Water sports

Be inspired

The province of Alicante is one of the most pet-friendly destinations in Spain: along its coasts, there are up to seven beaches we can visit with our furry friends.
The Region of Valencia is an exciting destination for sports lovers. Cyclists, hikers or swimmers choose the Mediterranean coast to practice their favourite sports. If you also like active tourism, pay attention to these three activities that we propose.
The Postiguet Beach, or simply Postiguet is one of the most emblematic beaches in Alicante. “La manta al coll i el cabasset mos n'anirem al Postiguet” (The blanket around the neck and the train will take us to Postiguet), this is what the popular song from Alicante says about one of the most beloved beaches of the city. In fact, the song does not lie; during the summer weekends, it seems that the whole town of Alicante moves to this beautiful urban beach. Here we will tell you all the reasons why Postiguet beach is so beloved among locals.
As a territory open to the Mediterranean sea, the Region of Valéncia will receive the arrival of the Three Wise Men from the East by sea. The ports of the three provincial capitals (Valéncia, Alicante, and Castellón) will be adorned on the afternoon of the 5th of January, in the pre-departure of the great cavalcade, to welcome their Majesties, full of gifts for the little ones.


Trip ideas