Nh Alicante

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Mexico 18 (esquina Rosa Chacel), , Alicante Province, 03008, Spain
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 22% less than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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Forum Posts

Airport Transfer

by farrellypat

Is it possible to arrange transfer from Alicante to Altea and how much?

Re: Airport Transfer

by nada1712

There are taxis at the airport. I think it should about 40 euros. Alicante Private Transfers has a website. You should get a quote from them Tel 96 584 0179

Re: Airport Transfer

by Aitana

There is bus service from the airport to Benidorm:
http://www.benidorm-spotlight.es/vuelos/transfers.htm

Trom Benidorm to Altea there is a train. You can also take a taxi, it will be quite cheaper than from the airport.

Re: Airport Transfer

by hache4

You can book transfer through Travel Republic it will cost about £11 per person return. I have used them and the transfer is a coach. Private transfer will cost about £30 per person

Travel Tips for Alicante

When you visit Benidorm, of...

by tucha

When you visit Benidorm, of course you should enjoy the worderful 2 beaches, Playa (beach of Poniente) and Playa (Beach)Levante. The water is warm, the beaches are huges, and the sand is white.
But there is some much to view..in Benidorm, you have plenty of shops that have so much thigs to buy..and they are open at night..you can go for a walk after dinner.

You have to visit Tera Mitica Park..it's very cool.

And near Benidorm, you have cities like Altea, Gaudalest, and Callosa d'En Sarriá.
For more information About Benidorm, Alicante and all Costa Blanca, visit the site www.costablanca.org Well my fondest memory is the view of Benidorm from the window of my Hotel. I stayed at Gran Hotel Bali, the hightest of Spain, and the of all Europe. Benidorm is a bay and the Hotel is situated at one end of the bay. My room is at the 26 floor..therefore I can see all the city and all the beach of Benidorm..is worderfull wake up at morning and has such a view.
And another thing that i would't forget is the temperature of the water in the beach..so warm.

ALTEA - COSTA BLANCA

by LoriPori

Without a doubt the lovely fishing village of ALTEA is one of the most beautiful towns along the Costa Blanca. I absolutely loved it here and we stayed a couple of hours, just exploring and walking along its wonderful promenade along the beach. Along the Yacht Harbor you will find the beaches of Pueblo Macaret.
The most attractive area around Altea is its harbour area with many bars and restaurants. It was a beautiful sunny day and tourists were in abundance.
The mountain area of Sierra de Bernia ( photo 4 )which reaches up to 1130 metres high, can be seen from Altea.
Just south of Calpe, Altea can be reached using the A-7 highway or the N-332 national road.

Take a look at the liat of...

by Casa_Mila

Take a look at the liat of favorite restaurants on the website spanishdreaming.00server.com

We love Piripi, but there's so much to choose from
Price and view of the Mediterranean, keeps us coming back! Brasilian Salad and Curry chicken, and of course the tapas list

The Lighthouse at Cabo de Sant Antonio

by Bwana_Brown

Because of all the lighthouses I grew up with in the Maritime Provinces of Canada, I always like to have a look at any new ones I come across. This one, built in 1861, was no exception and its cylindrical masonry tower and attached lighthouse keeper's house seemed to be in good shape. Perched as it is on a high cliff, the 56 ft (17 m) tower has a light that is 574 ft above sea level, making it visible to shipping as far as 26 miles (42 km) offshore. This makes it more visible to shipping than the light located a few miles further south on Cap de la Nau, even though that cape extends further out into the Mediterranean.

The lighthouse and keeper's house are both fenced off with 'no entry' signs, which along with the vegetation make it difficult to get good photos of the site. While we were there a Guarda Civil vehicle drove up and parked beside it for a short while before heading off down the road again. The Jávea side has a great view out over the town located in a curving bay as well as a very nice car-park on the edge of the cliff where we had a picnic lunch while we enjoyed the views (see my 'Restaurant' tip).

Concatedral de San Nicolás

by Aitana

This former mosque was transformed into a Christian church by King Alfonso X, The Wise. The cloister dates back to the XV century but the main body or the church was built in the Renaissance style of Juan de Herrera, by his disciple Agustín Bernardino, between 1616 and 1662. The exterior is very sober. The floor plan is in the shape of a Latin cross. The blue dome 45 m high is characteristic of this region. The Communion Chapel is considered to be one of the most beautiful examples of Spanish baroque.
The front of the cloister and the chapel of Saint Nicholas (the saint patron of the city) are also baroque. The image of Saint Nicholas is a work of Juan de Villanueva. The image of Cristo de la Buena Muerte (Nicolás de Bussi, XVII century) also outstands.
The church is co-cathedral of the Diocese of Orihuela-Alicante since 1959.
The interior has recently been restored to house the exhibition La Luz de las Imágenes (The Light of Images) in Alicante.

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