What to see in Alicante: 20 places not to be missed
Alicante has a wide range of attractions. Get to know the most beautiful towns and cities, the best beaches and the most spectacular natural environment.
Alicante’s 15 most beautiful coastal and inland villages
Enchanting villages in Alicante are counted by the dozen. We’ve selected the most beautiful coastal and inland villages in the province so get ready to explore!
Santa Bàrbara castle: a great medieval fortress
Perched atop the summit of Mount Benacantil in Alicante, the historic castle of Santa Bàrbara has spectacular views of the bay and port
Canelobre Caves: the cathedral created by nature
Home to the highest cave vault in Spain, the Canelobre Caves invite visitors to discover a subterranean landscape shaped over millions of years
San Juan beach: six kilometres of sand
San Juan beach is between Alicante and El Campello and countless bonfires are lit on this 6 km stretch of sand every 24 June
Alicante Central Market, tradition and a gourmet touch
The Alicante Central Market is a real festival for the senses, due to the variety and quality of its products and its eclectic architecture
ADDA Alicante: a philharmonic concert hall
Ever since it opened, Alicante Auditorium (ADDA) has been committed to offering a quality music programme with a similar standard to that of Spain’s great concert halls
Cap de la Nau: caves, coves and viewpoints
Cap de la Nau is a unique geographical feature in Jávea with vast cliffs and idyllic hidden coves. Read on to discover its secrets!
Postiguet Beach, a place to swim in the centre of Alicante
Postiguet beach is so loved that it even features in popular songs. Bathing on it or walking along its promenade provides immediate relaxation.
Port of Alicante: a haven on summer nights
The Port of Alicante, situated at the foot of Santa Bárbara Castle, is not only home to restaurants and nightclubs but also a casino and yachting museum.