Alicante is a ~350k people city in Easter Spain, touching the Mediterranean sea. It is a pretty Spanish working city with tourism. In Alicante, -as per the latest data from EF– the level of English is moderate: 546/1000 points. Tourists will find it easy to effectively communicate in English at hotels, restaurants and touristy attractions. … Read More
In Spain, there are a number of mobile operators with local Spanish SIM cards for English Speakers, such as lobster.es or hitsmobile.es. They have the app and website in English, as well as their customer support service. All these networks use the radio spectrum and antennas of the main companies so the best service is guaranteed.
Agua Amarga is the only beach in Alicante that allows pets all year round. It is accessible by car and bus but pets are not allowed on busses.
Alicante has a healthy ecosystem of news sources. Some are public, many private but there is always a way to get the most up to date news about the city. There are big Spanish media with news sections about Alicante such as El Mundo or El Pais but they are usually not the most interesting … Read More
Alicante‘s museums are a mix between millennial archaeology, modern art and the city’s people’s culture. Alicante is a very old human settlement. First records of human activity date from the Bronze Age, starting 5000 years ago. Part of this heritage is stored in its museums or at archaeological sites. But there is a lot more. … Read More
Alicante and Malaga are two beautiful cities and provinces. It is not easy to choose between two top-tier beach and mountain destinations in Spain. Alicante and Malaga are comparable beach cities with different souls. Malaga has grown modern, leaving away some of the cute prettiness traditional Spanish cities have. Alicante, instead, has managed to keep … Read More
Tabarca is the smallest inhabited island in Spain. It is in the middle of a natural maritime reserve with many sea plants and fish species.
Rooftops in Alicante listed with photos and detailed relevant information to choose the best one.
Alicante Beaches Map
Description of the different ways to get to Santa Barbara Castle in Alicante: by lift, on foot, by car and using public transport.