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Alicante Travel Guide  

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The city of Alicante is located in the south-eastern part of Spain in the region of Valencia. Alicante is also the capital of the Alicante region and a historic Mediterranean port.
This beautiful city is set amidst mountains on one side and the sea on the other. Alicante is famed for its mild climate with average temperatures of around 16ºC in the winters and 32ºC in the summers.
Alicante has a population of approximately 400,000 people. A large percentage of the population is from the South American countries of Argentina, Ecuador and Colombia.
The diverse ethnic groups in the city give it a vibrant and multicultural atmosphere. Spanish and Valencian are the official languages, but English and German are also widely spoken.

Area code:
0+(34) 965
Time zone:
alicantini o alicantinos
San Nicola di Bari
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Reviews Alicante

Robert Bale
Level 100     6 Trophy   
Overall rating 6
Overall Guide : Alicante is one of the fastest-growing cities in Spain and is famous for its sandy beaches, palm trees and markets. Thousands of visitors come here every year to soak up the sun and spend time in one of the most... more beautiful cities along the Costa Blanca coast. There are also many opportunities for engaging in water sports. When in Alicante, don’t forget to sample Turrones, a honey and almond nougat that is a local speciality. The beachfront has many long promenades where visitors and locals go for long, leisurely walks. Alicante is also home to many historical buildings and churches. The Castillo de Santa Barbara is situated high upon a cliff and provides a magnificent view of the harbour. The festival of the Bonfires of Saint John is held every year during the summer solstice and is celebrated with great pomp and ceremony throughout Alicante. Another colourful festival that attracts many visitors is the Moros y Cristianos.
Level 50     8 Trophy    Viaggia: Couple
Overall rating 9
Overall Guide : I have spent the last 3 winters in Alicante with a camping van. The climate is pleasant, 8-20 degrees and no rain, the beach is clean and spacious. As a resort, I would suggest El Campiello where the prices are... more affordable, 30% lower than Italian prices. Transport is comfortable and the medical care is excellent.
Philip Rice
Overall rating 10
Overall Guide : We have lived in the area for ten years, great place, night life particularly resturants great.
Cielo Gonzalez
Level 9     1 Trophy    Viaggia: Couple
Overall rating 8
Overall Guide : One member of my family lives there.. According to him....It is really cool. He wants me to go there on vacation! I would like to see the mediterranean sea : ) 1. Alicante is a Very affordable city , and very... more peaceful. 2. He enjoys long walks on the beach.
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