Alicante, described in 1841 as “the best land in the world” by the Marquis of Molíns, really has it all. Located in the heart of the tourist area of the Costa Blanca, equipped with modern services and full of history, mo-
dern, cozy, commercial, artistic…

San Juan beach

Just 10 kilometers from the city center is San Juan beach. More than 6 kilometers of uninterrupted beach of fine golden sand runs between Alicante and El Campello.

With countless beach bars, bars and restaurants to spend a great day, whether with family or friends. It has several free sports facilities such as beach volleyball, soccer volleyball, beach soccer and equipment for all types of physical exercise.

To get there, in addition to your own vehicle, there are two bus lines and two tram lines with a maximum
frequency of 15 minutes. It is a must see.

The Castle of Santa Barbara

The Santa Bárara Castle is located at the top of Mount Benacantil, 166 meters above sea level. It is home to one of the largest medieval fortresses in Spain. From above you can see the entire city of Alicante perfectly.

Beautiful views that without a doubt no one who visits Alicante should miss. You can go up from an elevator that is located in the Postiguet beach area, also by car, but the best option is to travel the path on foot to be able to admire the city as you go up.

The Hogueras of San Juan

The most popular festivals in the city. Declared of international tourist interest.

From June 19 to 24, 5 days of fun in which you can visit the more than 80 monuments installed throughout the city in addition to enjoying the “mascletás” that are launched every day at Bonfires in the Plaza de los Luceros, the most emblematic place in Alicante.

You can not miss it.