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Alicante, known as the ‘City of the Sun’ has become one of Spain’s tourism hotspots.

Wedged between picturesque mountains and the Mediterranean Sea, the city enjoys sunny weather all year round, which makes it an idyllic holiday destination at any time of the year. 

Located along the world-renowned Costa Blanca, Alicante has a distinctly Spanish feel, from its traditional annual festivals to the winding streets of its historic quarter and its beautiful café and palm-lined promenades. Due to the city’s compact size it’s easy to get around on foot. Spend the morning shopping around Avenida de Frederico, grab some tapas in the Plaza de Montaceta for lunch, and spend the evening in the bars and clubs of the medieval El Barrio area. Or alternatively just lie back and soak up the sun on its miles and miles of pristine white sand beaches, just don’t forget the factor 30. 


July 2017
Shop along Benidorm's Avenida Mediterranea , which runs parallel to the pedestrianised beach promenade. There's plenty to buy in leather bags and coats, smart shoes and souvenirs of the Costa Blanca.

July 2017
Explore the old village of Villajoyosa, which means Joyful Village. There's the fishing port where the nets are repaired and spread to dry and the colorful houses spread along the beach frontage. Try the local restaurants for Paella Valenciana and take a stroll along the new beach areas.

April 2017
Take a tram to Campello, south of Benidorm, and enjoy miles of sandy beach with restaurants and bars at your service on the beachside road which runs up to San Juan de Alicante.

October 2016
Take a trip to Tabarca island which lies off the coast of Santa Pola. The island was first settled by Sicilian prisoners from the Mediterranean wars and has interesting buildings dating back centuries, A day trip for all the family with a wealth of restaurants offering good Spanish cooking.

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