Hesperia Alicante Golf And Spa

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Avda de las Naciones s/n, Playa de San Juan - Alicante, , Alicante Province, 03540, Spain
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Travelling to Murcia

by Alex_71

Hello
the morning of 7th of semptember i have to be in Murcia at 10 am. I'm in Alicante. Do you know wich way can be the best (i mean trains, bus) for arriving in Murcia. I know that there is a bus that go from Alicante airport to Murcia bus station but my hotel is not close to the airport 'couse i'll be at Abba Centrum.
Thank you
Alex

Re: Travelling to Murcia

by puerto_lover

Look at www.alsa.es for buses.
There is an early bus leaving from Alicante Estacion De Autobuses to Murcia.
The bus station is very close to your hotel.

Re: Travelling to Murcia

by Aitana

Of course you needn't go to the airport to take the bus to Murcia. You have buses every hour from the bus station. The ride is 1 h or 1h 10 min, but some stop at intermediate locations and take more than 2 hours, you will see the duration at Alsa website.

You can also go by train, there is one every hour, from 6:05 AM. The ride is 1 h 19 min. Not as comfortable as the bus.
http://www.renfe.com/viajeros/cercanias/murciaalicante/index.html

Bus station is quite close to your hotel, train station is some 15 minutes walking.

Travel Tips for Alicante

Impressions from a brief visit

by raquelitalarga

Though I only spent 2 days in Alicante recently I have some recommendations.
First food... if you've checked the VT restaurant tips you'll maybe have noticed the 3 Lizarran tapas bars get a big thumbs up. My aunt and uncle live nearby and always head to a Lizarran when in the city. I found the city expensive so was glad to find a fantastic (but cheap) lunch menu at Mare Meua (see my Alicante page.) A general tip about tapas bars in Spain is DON'T be put off if there are loads of paper napkins all over the floor. It doesn't mean it's dirty just very popular! Staff are too busy to keep running out with a broom:)
The moorish Santa Barbara castle dominates the city and has great views. The marina area is pretty with lots of places to have a coffee or glass of wine but from what I saw being served the food looked a little average. The city beach looked fairly clean.
Tourist Info should give you details about the roman city being excavated at the end of the tram line. El Barrio is the small historic quarter with lots of bars and clubs. If you're looking for presents the Alicante region is the home of turron,a nougat traditionally eaten at Christmas.
One warning...I did see posters warning visitors about bagsnatchers and lack of police interest in the problem.

Lucentum, an Ibero-Roman city

by BlackTshirt

Astounding excavation of a pre-Christian city. Also host to the Alicante jazz festival. A visit will supply you with plenty to think about for a long time. This is civilization at its most elementary level. You can see the foundations of walls, buildings, you can see 2000 year old cisterns, and signs show you what it was like in those times. There is a Roman forum and the steam baths are particularly interesting. They appear to have led comfortable lives without the trappings of the modern times. In addition, there is a garden section with indigenous plants and descriptions on how they were used.

Lucentum is located in Albufereta, on the south side of Playa San Juan, and north of Alicante. The tram stop is Lucentum.

Filling!

by raquelitalarga about Lizarran Tapas Bars

I am not usually a fan of chain restaurants but Lizarran is an exception!
Despite always being busy the staff are friendly and helpful. They come round the tables constantly with hot tapas options...I enjoyed the fried fish. Order your drinks at the bar, take a plate and help youself. The cost is worked out when your finally full by how many sticks are on your plate. There is quite a range of choices,including veggie... empanada de espinaca was good.

Whopping great big castle

by sourbugger

Even with a Palm lined seafront, beaches, an old town and a Marina it would be difficult to describe Alicante as a whole as 'charming' or 'picturesque'. The two massive castles that loom over the town, do however provide a sense of History and a setting for the place. The larger of the two is much older as it was begun by the Moors back in the 11 century. As Alfonso the wise conquered it on Saint Barbara's day, the castles name has become forever 'Santa Barbara'.

The fort area itself is on an impressive scale, and is free to enter. This is also true of concerts that are held on summer evenings. Many ascend by lift from the promenade area (you can't see it - it was cut into the rock), although the walk up from the centre of the city is well worth the effort. Recent efforts have been made to create a park on the lower slopes, although it will take a while to mature. Best of all (especially when the sun is in 'scorchio' mode) is to ascend by list and then come down via the new walkway that ends up near the market area.

Some say that if you stand in the Marina area you can see the face of a moor in the rock - maybe after a few too many Sangrias, but I couldn't.

The coat of arms of Alicante

by DanielF

The coat of arms of Alicante tells about the origins of the city. It depicts a castle on top a rock by the sea. The castle is surrounded by two inscriptions:

- A. L. , for the initials of Akra-Leuka, name of the Greek settlement
- L. A. , for Lucentum (Latin name of the city) and Alacant (present name of the city, with an obvious Arab origin).

Here you can see the coat of arms carved in the main facade of the Town Hall.

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Address: Avda de las Naciones s/n, Playa de San Juan - Alicante, , Alicante Province, 03540, Spain