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Gorgeous beaches framing the sparkling Mediterranean Sea, great-food, historical monuments and sunny skies to lounge under are yours to enjoy in vibrant Alicante. Ideal for family vacations, party breaks and lazy-days in the sun, the city is easily accessible with all-inclusive holidays to Alicante from Travel Center. Being a haven for family holidays, the amazing beaches of Alicante are ideal for kids. Children can enjoy the sandy beaches, shallow waters and child friendly water sports. Other attractions include boat rides to the island of Tabarca, exploring Santa Barbara Castleand visiting Star-Wars exhibits. Discover museums, castles and lush parks. While historical cathedrals and Roman remains make great expeditions. Be mesmerised by the vibrant and colourful festivals of Alicante such as, Hogueras de San-international tourist festival and the Medieval Market Fests. Alicante bursts to life at night. The city’s bars, discos and chic clubs offering dancing and music in glamorous settings are hard to resist. Shopaholics stock up on leather goods, bags, shoes, traditional pottery and antiques available at streetstalls and cityshops. Taste the excellent wines of Alicante and savour the unique flavours of traditional chocolates, ice creams and the freshest Mediterranean cuisine. Experience much more with all-inclusive holiday packages to Alicante from Travel Center, we include the cheapest flights, affordable family accommodation and flexible booking options. Discover amazing Alicante!


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Time Zone

UTC+01:00 hour

Airlines Flying

British Airways, EasyJet, Jet2, Vueling Airlines, Monarch



Best Time to Travel

June to September

Modes of Transport

Bus, Taxi, Car

Currency Exchange Rate

1.00 GBP = 1.36 EUR

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Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Alicante

Works by 20th century Spanish masters Dalí, Miró, Chillida, Sempere, Tàpies, and Picasso adorn this splendid museum that is located inside the 17th century Casa de la Aseguarda. The museum is also home collections of art by lesser-known contemporary artists, of whom Spain, as a cultural hub, has no scarcity.

Castillo de Santa Bárbara

This large 16th century castle provides sweeping views over the city. It also houses a museum that recounts the history of this vibrant city. You may wish to take the strenuous walk up the hill to the castle or take the lift that rises through the mountain to the summit.

Museu de Fogueres

This museum houses a wealth of photographs, costumes, and ninots (small effigies saved from the flames). Overall, the museum has a great audio-visual presentation of what the Fiesta de Sant Joan – celebrated with lots of fire and lots of parties – mean to the people of Alicante, known locally as Alicantinos.

Museo Arqueológico Provincial

This museum – of which the name literally translates to the Provincial Archaeological Museum – has a good collection of ceramic and Iberian art from several periods in time. Exhibits are displayed in a high tech fashion, but get your translators at the ready, as there is very little information in English.


Before Alicante came into existence, the area was home to the Roman town of Lucentum. Excavations have been taking place in this ancient city for several years, and they have revealed a wealth of pottery. Visitors to Lucentum can make out the clearly defined streets and well laid town plan.


This waterside bronze figure of the pin-headed Greek Mythological figure Icarus – imagined by its contemporary sculptor Esperanza d’Ors to be of Icarus rising from the ocean with a surfboard – is in parts whimsical and optimistic. What you can’t argue with is its unmatched popularity, both with tourists and with locals.

Basílica de Santa María

The Basílica de Santa María is the oldest active church in the city of Alicante and was built between the 14th and 16th centuries. The basilica is composed of a single nave with six side chapels located between the buttresses. It was promoted to the rank of Basilica in 2007.

Playa del Postiguet

The Playa del Postiguet is an attractive beach located immediately north of the port. Attractively coloured, it is the beach of choice for most tourists to Alicante who flock there annually during the summer months to make use of the perfect climate in the city to get a nice tan.

Playa de San Juan

Playa de San Juan is perhaps the second most popular beach in the city. Much larger than the more popular Playa del Postiguet, this beach sees smaller, but slowly growing, crowds every year than its compatriot. The Playa de San Juan is easily reached by tram from the city centre.

Museo de la Ciudad de Alicante

This museum was founded with the intention of showcasing the history of the city of Alicante, from the ancient Roman times to today. It has exhibits that display the rich – and often forgotten – history of this vibrant and colourful city. Proud Alicantinos have worked tirelessly to ensure high quality exhibits.