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Marina de Alicante

Marina de Alicante — for a touch of luxury during your visit to Alicante, meander down to the marina where you can have a taste of the finer things in life – located just 50 meters from Alicante city center. With its modern El Puerto complex housing stylish bars and refined restaurants, the Marina is […]

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Kayak Alicante

Kayak Alicante (Paraiso 66, Villajoyosa) – for those who want to explore the shores of Alicante, doing so by kayak is a fun experience. HIghly-rated on travel sites like TripAdvisor.com, “Alicante Aventura” also conducts mountainclimbing and other eco-tourist-friendly excursions. See its website for more details: www.alicanteaventura.com

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Tabarca Island

Tabarca Island — located 11 miles south of Alicante is a guitar-shaped island with a total area of 30 hectares. The Island of Tabarca has a curious history and has a firm place in ancient Greek history. It was once a refuge for Berber pirates and in 1760, King Carlos III ordered a fortress to […]

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El Palmeral Park

El Palmeral Park (Elx, Alicante) – covering 72,000 sq. meters, and containing more than 200,000 trees, this is the largest palm grove in Europe. Although when contemplated from a distance it may appear to be a veritable forest, it is actually a plantation with an agriculture purpose, and thus its plots or groupings, are referred […]

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Playa de San Juan

Playa de San Juan (Alicante) — this is Alicante’s most famous beach, with sands stretching from the beaches at El Campello right through to the Cabo de las Huertas headland. It is an open beach with very high-quality fine sands and crystal-clear water located in an area with lots of apartments, services and businesses. All […]

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Parque de la Ereta

Parque de la Ereta (Alicante) — this park has excellent views of San Nicolás Cathedral and the Port, thanks to its location on Mount Benacantil. It is also a great starting point for visiting other appealing sights such as the Santa Cruz district. Planted with native plants and shrubs of subdued colours, its terraced slopes […]