Discover the most emblematic places of Alicante and be surprised by its history and beauty; monuments and museums, beachesparks and gardens, the Castle of Santa BarbaraTabarca …


San Juan beach, The Cabo de las Huertas coves, Almadraba beach, Albufereta beach, El Postiguet beach,  Saladares Urbanova beach, “doggy” beach Agua Amarga, accesible beaches, beach of Tabarca Island, 

Castle of Santa Bárbara

The Castle of Santa Bárbara is perched on top of M­ount Benacantil, at a height of 166 metres and stands one of Spain’s largest mediaeval fortresses, providing great views of Alicante’s perfect bay. 


MARQ, MACA, MUBAG, MUSA, The  Fogueres Festival  Museum , The Nativity Scene Museum, MUA,  Volvo Ocean Race Museum,  The Bullfighting Museum,  Las Cigarreras C.C, Centro 14,  The Fish Market ‘La Lonja’, Alicante Water Museum and Garrigós Well. 

Buildings with History

The Town Hall, The Carbonell Building, The Central Market,  plaça de Bous, The San Nicolás  Co-Cathedral,   The Santa María Basilica, Santa Faz Monastery, The Santa Cruz hermitage, The San Roque Hermitage and  other  civil and religious buildings.

Parks and gardens

Explanada de Espanya, Paseo de Gòmiz, Park of Canalejas, La Ereta Park, Park El Palmeral,  Paseo Volado, Portal de Elche, Gabriel Miró Square, Calvo Sotelo Square, Luceros Square,  The  Quijano’s Pantheon,  El  Tossal park,  Lo Morant.

Island of Tabarca

If you want the Mediterranean all to yourself, Tabarca is the place for you. This small island has a wide range of flora and fauna, which constituteSpain’s first ever marine reserve.

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