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Alicante and Elche Highlights Day Tour from Benidorm
"Start this 5-hour experience travelling to the location of Elche from Benidorm located in the region of Baix Vinalopó and with 228300 inhabitants.   Once there you will be exploring two UNESCO World Heritage Sites of Mankind: the Palm Groove where you will enjoy the stunning display of Mediterranean and tropical palm species and the Basilica of Saint Mary where the Mystery Play is staged annually every August. The tour will continue heading back to Alicante where you will visit Santa Barbara's Castle with spectacular views of the city's bay St. Nicholas Co-Cathedral that was built over a mosque the Baroque Town Hall and the Modernist Casa Carbonell amongst other important places. Once the tour reaches its end you will be transported back to your hotel."""
From EUR460.00
 
Alicante Private Walking Tour
"Greet your guide at the meeting point and make your way to the first stop of this tour Santa Bárbara's Castle. Located on the top of Benacantil mountain this historical building overlooks the city and allows you to have incredible views of the city and the Mediterranean sea. You will learn all of this landmark's cultural background from your guide as you sip on a glass of typical sangria (at your ow the Town Hall the Modernist Casa Carbonell and the Explanada de España.Enjoy the Mediterranean breeze as you discover this city and its people with the help of your private guide."""Enjoy a 3-hour walking tour through the city centre of Alicante. Discover all its main landmarks and monuments as well as all the local crafts and taste local products like the well known sangria.
From EUR170.00
 
Alicante and Elche Highlights Day Tour from Benidorm
"Start this 5-hour experience travelling to the location of Elche from Benidorm located in the region of Baix Vinalopó and with 228300 inhabitants.   Once there you will be exploring two UNESCO World Heritage Sites of Mankind: the Palm Groove where you will enjoy the stunning display of Mediterranean and tropical palm species and the Basilica of Saint Mary where the Mystery Play is staged annually every August. The tour will continue heading back to Alicante where you will visit Santa Barbara's Castle with spectacular views of the city's bay St. Nicholas Co-Cathedral that was built over a mosque the Baroque Town Hall and the Modernist Casa Carbonell amongst other important places. Once the tour reaches its end you will be transported back to your hotel."""
From EUR460.00

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The Lighthouse at Cabo de Sant Antonio

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...
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ALICANTE'S HARBOUR

As I wrote on the page's intro,the harbout of Alicante is also one of most visited places in all the city.In here you can take some boats to do some nice excursions along the coastline.If you have the...
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Moraira Beach and the Mediterranean Sea!

We were anxious to reach a quiet spot along the Mediterranean coast, so headed east toward the distant headland of Cabo de San Antonio about 90 km away (thanks to a tip by VT-member "LoriPori"). We...
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MARQ- ARCHEALOGICAL MUSEUM

This is another place not to be missed during your stay in Alicante.Is called MARQ- Museo Arqueologico Provincial de Alicante.Is located very close to Santa Barbara Castle.Is one of best archealogical...
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SAN NICOLAS DE BARI CATHEDRAL

Located in the old town and very close to the town hall,the Catedral of San Nicolas de Bari,is another must see in Alicante.It is a small Cathedral,comparing with other Cathedrals in Spain,but is...
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THE OLD TOWN

Where are located the Cathedral and the town hall,is the area called Alicante's Old Town.Here you'll see a lot of narrow streets,mostly of them were closed by building works,it seems that Alicante...
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We did not give Alicante a fair shake

To tell the truth, the only reason we were in Alicante at all was to pick up Sue's sister - but it turned out she flew to Malaga instead, after we had based our travel arrangements on the original...
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Cabo de Sant Antonio

I'm not sure how we did it but, after driving through downtown Jávea for a quick look, we gradually worked our way uphill as we left town and happened to spot a brown 'attractions' sign pointing to...
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The church of Santa Maria

The Santa Maria Church was built over the remains of a mosque. The style is Gothic and dates from the 14th to the 16th century. t The high altar in Rococo gold leaf and the The Baroque doorway and the...
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A small Park - name unknown

After returning to Alicante from our day's explorations up the coast, we once again headed off in search of an evening meal but, as usual, had no luck except at our 'Nightlife' spot! However, we did...
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Concatedral de San Nicolás

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...
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PARKS IN ALICANTE

La Explanada is the largest,and most known park in Alicante city,but walking by the streets you will find a few very nice and beautiful parks.Here I'll tell you a few of them.LA EXPLANADA.PARK OF...
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SHOPPING IN ALICANTE

Alicante is a big city,then it have a lot of nice shops,malls,and some new and huge shopping centers.When I visit Alicante,I used to leave my car on the best department store in the city,EL CORTE...
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ALICANTE'S TRAIN STATION

The Alicante train station,it is located just in front of El Corte Ingles Department Store.It is called Estacion Renfe de Alicante.In Spain the national trains enterprise is called RENFE,so all...
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"Alicante, my home city"
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"Alicante, pueblo grande"
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"WELCOME TO ALICANTE!"
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"A city to discover!!"
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"Alicante, Spain"
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