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Alicante Day Trips

Alicante day trips are perfect to witness the beauty of this area and its impressive dash of history. From Denia in the North and as far as San Pedro del Pinatar in the South, there are plenty of attractions to keep you busy for a whole day in Alicante province or to simply give you something to do in the evening.


Alicante Day TripsOne of the biggest attractions is definitely Benidorm, 45 km north of Alicante. Famous for the huge irish and british communities, this city metamorphoses during summertime in one big party.

With over 30 discos, 1000 restaurants and a general party mood everywhere, Benidorm has everything it needs for a booming nightlife.

Moreover, there is the Old Part of Benidorm that attracts visitors during the day, along with its two glorious beaches. If you only have an evening to visit Benidorm, don’t miss The Benidorm Palace, with over 1500 seating places, for a incendiar cabaret style show with singing, dancing, magic shows, illusionists and acrobatics.

Any of the Alicante Trips will highlight Terra Mitica, 40 min Benidorm, especially if you’re with the little ones. A mythology and ancient civilisations theme park, Terra Mitica will impress the small people especially with the boneshaker Colossus.


Alicante Day TripsDriving along the same road going to Terra Mitica, pay a visit to Guadalest – the most visited village in Spain, in a spectacular setting, 600 m above the sea.

Many agencies offer Alicante Day Trips to Guadalest, including a visit through the tunnel to the village, a castle tour and dungeon (lovely for the kids).

Enjoy the fantastic views across the valley from lookout points and cobbled footpaths.


Alicante Day TripsTake the national road up from Alicante, and discover Calpe – a romantic combination of a charming traditional village with the holiday feeling of the sunny beach.

You’ll recognize Calpe by its massive mark-rock called Penon de Ilfach, offering perfect views around the bays and the whole Costa Blanca.

Cuevas del Canelobre (Caves) - Busot

Alicante Day TripsOther Alicante Day Trips will reveal you the prehistoric caves of Canelobre, with their cathedral atmosphere and numerous rocks look-like forms, as well as the the 350 yards long stalactites and stalagmites hidden in the Cuevas de Canelobre.

The Caves are located about 3 kilometres from the village, on the slopes of the golden hill, at a height of 700 metres.

Other Routes

Don’t miss the biggest palm garden at Elche, Les Fonts de Algar, a natural park with waterfalls, actually an excellent Alicante Day Trip to be chosen by families with kids, along with the Mundomar Marine Exotic Animal Park, where marine animals and exotic birds can be watched in their natural environment. And there’s plenty more to discover, calling back for a new holiday in Alicante!

Attractions in Alicante


Alicante Port
Once the strategic point of the whole province, the Alicante Port gives today a touch of luxury to this beautiful setting of the city of Alicante.

Tourist Information Alicante
Important Tourist information about Alicante, travel, places to visit, transport, emergency numbers, etc.

Alicante Beaches
As one would expect of a sea-oriented city, the sea front (with its beaches, port and promenade) is the main characteristic of Alicante.

Alicante Restaurants
Complete guide of the best spanish, international and fast food restaurants in Alicante City.

Alicante Old Quarter
The Old Quarter, is a settlement which can trace its origins back to late Roman times, and where medieval walls are interspersed with streets and lanes dating from more recent times.

Alicante Day Trips
Alicante day trips are perfect to witness the beauty of this area and its impressive dash of history.

Alicante Street Map
Get an overview of the city and find your favorite places.

Alicante Hot Air Ballooning
You will sure enjoy the freedom of flying over El Fondo Beauty Spot in the district of Baix Vinalopo, near the towns of Elche/Elx y Crevillente, and; 2 large resevoirs area, as everything up-there gets calm and silent, while you are floating up to 1000 meters over the coast and the mountains, and see the miniature people and cars, looking as they just fall from a toy box.

Santa Barbara Castle
The Santa Barbara Castle is one of the largest in the Mediterranean region. It dominates the summit as well as a large part of the slopes of Mount Benacantil. A visit of the castle is one of the most visited attractions in Alicante.

Alicante Cultural Route
From prominent art museums down the line to smaller, Alicante city is full of museums to visit.

Tabarca Island
Tabarca is a small island off the Mediterranean coast of Alicante. It is the smallest permanently inhabitted islet in Spain and is currently known for its Marine reserve.

Alicante Parks and Gardens
Alicante Parks and Gardens are ideal for jogging, picnicking, or just to have a break. There are fantastic performances for children and adults during the summer.

Theme Parks
Theme parks, Water parks and Animal parks are some of the main entertainment options when planning a fantastic family day out in Alicante.

Alicante Theatres
The main venues in town for concerts,theatre, dance, opera and other cultural festivals.

Alicante Singles
Are you a single person looking for a romantic vacation spot, with a friendly atmosphere to enjoy life at its best? Pack for Alicante and make it the most romantic holiday of your life!

Alicante Street Markets
Markets are very popular in the towns of Alicante , you will see they can be found almost every day of the week.


Alicante Nightlife
Find out everything about Alicante nightlife. Pubs, nightclubs, theaters, etc.

Alicante Old Quarter Pubs
When visiting the Alicante Old Quarter Pubs, it is not unusual to see more people out and about at 2, 3 or 4 am in the morning than in many other cities during the day!

Alicante Nightclubs
You will usually start the night in the many bars and pubs in the old quarter "el barrio" area (do not expect anything before 1 - 1.30 am), then about 3 - 3.30 am you will head to the Port area where there are many trendy and modern bars and pubs.


Alicante Shopping
The heart of the shopping district is in and around Avenida de Maisonnave. Here you will find a vast array of shoe shops, boutiques, specialist shops and department stores such as El Corte Ingles. One of the favorite attractions in Alicante for visitors.

Bridal Shops Alicante
When buying in Alicante Bridal Shops , brides are wearing the wedding dresses of their dreams. They’re also finding great deals on exquisite bridesmaid dresses and flower girl. Stay within your big day budget!


Yoga Alicante
Yoga Alicante will help you find the peace you were longing for while will stretch you physically and mentally.

Golf Clubs in Alicante
It is Golf players paradise! Fantastic Golf Clubs within 15-20 minutes drive from the city.

Water Sports in Alicante
When you had enough of exploring, there are lots of options for water sports in Alicante, above and below the blue waters of the Mediterranean to make your day.

Alicante Safari Parks
The Alicante Safari Parks within short driving distance are must-go attractions, for safely watching the exotic wild animals in their wonderful natural environments especially if you are with the little ones!

Alicante Lawn Bowling
Bowling in Alicante is very well organised and there are a number of well managed and friendly clubs from which to choose.

Scuba Diving in Alicante
Alicante province - Costa Blanca is an ideal destination for divers looking for a great family holiday with diving as the their main activity, or for those looking to make just a few dives.

Alicante Fishing
Fishing in Alicante is just another of the many attractions in Alicante and a excellent way to relax in this beautiful part of Spain.

Alicante Tennis
If you are tennis enthusiast, there’s no better place to play and enjoy the Mediterranean such as Alicante!

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