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  • Terra Mítica

    Terra Mítica is a theme park located in Benidorm, Spain, approximately 43 kilometres from the city of Alicante. Together with Port Aventura (Tarragona) and Parque Warner (Madrid), it forms part of the most important and most visited theme parks in Spain. The park is...

    0 by Lottie, in What to do Alicante, one year ago
  • Cala de Finestrat

    The Cala de Finestrat is located in Finestrat (Alicante), and is the only beach in the municipality. It’s the bay that’s just before the Poniente beach in Benidorm, and next to Vila Joiosa so it’s not unreachable, although it’s difficult to find the path. I...

    0 by Lauren, in What to see Alicante, one year ago
  • Havana

    Havana, located in El Barrio in Alicante, is truly a haven for all international students. Here, it was impossible not to bump into somebody you recognised from class, or just from around university. And even if you didn't know anybody - you soon will by visiting Havana...

    0 by Emily, in Erasmus party Alicante, one year ago
  • Alicante city

    I arrived in Alicante on the 5th of September. I had a dream, to live abroad and that's what I did. I moved here with a friend and we stayed an are still staying till the end of september on an airbnb apartments. Starting from October 1st, I will join the erasmusu...

    0 by Jussi, in What to see Alicante, one year ago
  • Isla de Tabarca

    Isla Tabarca is an island which is found in the autonomous region of Valencia, in the province of Alicante and it's located opposite the main city and Santa Pola. It's a very small island; it's barely 2 kilometres in length and 400 metres in width, with little more...

    0 by Ross, in What to do Alicante, 2 years ago
  • Carmen del Campillo

    This tearoom is famous in Alicante and Murcia, although it is difficult to get there. I'll try and explain the route to get there a bit further on. It's not a decorated tearoom which offers teas and other similarly styled products, but it's an authentic Moorish house in...

    0 by Ross, in What to do Alicante, 2 years ago
  • Manneken Pis

    This chain of waffle shops is quite famous, at least in Murcia. I don't know if the waffle stands in the street with the same picture belong to the same company that distributes the physical stores. What I do know, is that when I see the picture, I already have more...

    0 by Beth, in Where to eat Alicante, 2 years ago
  • Poniente beach in Benidorm

    Introduction The beach that I am going to tell you about in this publication is located in Alicante, specifically in Benidorm and is one of Spain's most famous, owing to the large number of bathers it has throughout the whole year as well as to it's extension. Benidorm...

    0 by Beth, in What to see Alicante, 2 years ago
  • Santa Bárbara Castle

    Recently I have been to Alicante city, the capital of the province and the second capital of the Valenciana community, after Valencia. I will explain the monuments there in more detail, such as Santa Barbara Castle. How to get there There are multiple ways to access...

    0 by Amy, in What to see Alicante, 3 years ago
  • La Torre de la Horadada

    General Information La Torre de la Horadada is a beach town located on the Mediterranean sea which can be found in Alicante, and belongs to the Pilar de la Horadada municipality. However, it is very close to the Murcia region, just above the beaches on the Mar Menor,...

    0 by Amy, in What to do Alicante, 3 years ago
  • Penyal d’Ifac in Calp

    Calp is a small city located on the Mediterranean Sea, around one hour from Alicante. It lives mainly from tourisms and at first sight it looks like a typical little tourist town, just consisting of a long beach and some hotels and restaurants. But Calp has a tiny...

    0 by Charlotte, in What to see Alicante, 4 years ago
  • Castillo Santa Barbara

    The Castillo Santa Barbara is built on a small mountain beside the sea, in the Spanish city : ALICANTE. This castle was built by the muslims in the 10th century. Later on it was modified according to the military needs of ancient regimes who controled the...

    0 by Nabil, in What to see Alicante, 4 years ago

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