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Squatting on the Valencian Community, Alicante is a city which is bound to sway the breath of every traveller away. Known to be the capital of the Province of Alacant, this alluring city proved itself to be a historic Mediterranean port due to the rich culture and the dense history that it bears. The name ‘Alicante’ is seen to be derived from the fact that the city boasts numerous white- sandy beaches that this part of the country displays.

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Lined by numerous museums and churches, Alicante presents a view so rich that the travellers would not be able to soak all of it at once. The medieval fortress with baroque architecture designed with a luxurious interior that towers the entire city and a classic Mediterranean rustic town lined with peach coloured houses and cobblestones streets sums up the beauty of this city.




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From the adventure lovers to serenity seekers, the place shelters every sort of tourist that wants to witness the beauty of this magnificent city. During the warmer months when the sun is up, the visitors are often seen to enjoy swimming, soaking the healthy rays of the sun and sailing in the Mediterranean Sea. The sea port features numerous restaurants, bars and dining places from luxurious dining halls to a budget friendly bar. Make sure to pay a visit to the Old Town Quarter if you want to explore the hyped but worthy places of this vibrant town. 

Best Time To Visit Alicante

The city is known for its warm hospitality throughout the year, however, if you want to visit the city at the peak time when the area is filled with tourists and locals, make sure to book your tickets during the summers from June to September. The months are seen to host a lot of festivals during that time which will make your trip worth reminiscing throughout your lifetime. 


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Playa del Postiguet

Based on the foot of Castillo de Santa Barbara (Santa Bárbara castle) this is an 800 m stretch of a beach. The sandy beach offers a picturesque surrounding with the rising and falling water shores, there are numerous bars and restaurants lined along the market which offers fresh seafood and rare alcohol to its visitors. The beach is usually seen to be very compact due to the huge crowd that comes over here to enjoy the tan, so before you plan to soak this amazing view, make sure to work out on your visiting timing. Address: El Postiguet Beach, Carrer de Jovellanos, 542, 03002 Alicante, Spain.

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Plaza de San Cristobal

Dating back to the 15th century, there are numerous gothic churches and remarkable historical structures in the Old Town Quarter of Alicante. One of the most significant places to visit over here is Alicante Town Hall (Ayuntamiento) crafted with baroque architecture and consists of the rare paintings of the local artists and unique artefacts that makes this place as one of the best places to visit in Alicante. Location: Plaza de San Cristóbal, 03002 Alicante, Spain.

Aquopolis Torrevieja

Calling out all the adventure lovers to quench the adrenaline rush by visiting this super amazing amusement park. There are various water slides which will directly splash all the water on you while you make your way down to the bottom, the Kamikaze is something that will thrill you out yet give one of the best experiences in your life. A single ticket can be bought for 24 EUR for an adult while 19 EUR for a child, if you want to save up on the extra bucks, make sure to book the tickets online and enjoy your time in this water park. Address: Aquopolis Torrevieja, Av. Delfina Viudes, 03183 Torrevieja, Alicante, Spain Open: June–September: Daily from 11.30 am to 8 pm

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Castillo de Santa Bárbara

If you are visiting Alicante but missing out on Castillo de Santa Bárbara, you better have a good reason for it. Squatting in the heart of mount Benacantil, this castle is known to be one of the most significant medieval structures of Alicante. You can enjoy the panoramic views of the city by reaching on the top of this castle via an elevator which can be found lying exactly opposite to Playa del Postiguet. Location: Santa Bárbara Castle, 03002 Alicante, Spain.

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Alicante Central Market

Dating back to 1911, this marketplace forms the most significant places to explore in the city. With more than 200 stalls lingering along the narrow streets, the visitors would be able to find materials varying from seafood to souvenirs for your loved ones. Make sure to visit the market on Fridays or Saturdays to experience the most lively crowd haggling for the beat price. Location: Av. Alfonso X El Sabio, 10, 03004 Alicante, Spain

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Situated in the province of Alicante, Altea is a small city that features breath-taking beaches, serene water flowing through as the viewer soaks the scenic view of the ambience. Lined by numerous shops and bars selling the best alcohol one can ever get in Spain, this city dates back to the time when cobblestones streets with narrow lanes and baroque architecture formed the beauty of the place. This rustic village is bound to sway your breath away with the numerous options that it provides to its travellers. Book a ride with Rydeu to explore this vintage village without the trouble of spending way too much.

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There are places that you can get out of but getting them out of your mind is simply impossible and we would be doing it wrong if we do not include Busot in the list of those places. Busot is a small village that will make its traveller take a trip back in time with its facade and the narrow pebble lined street. Make sure to explore “Las Cuevas de Canelobre", this cave is situated in the Cabezo D'Or mountain which lingers just behind this amazing village. Rustic houses, laid back cafes and small shops that handicraft the beat souvenir ever sums up the beauty of this place.

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Guadalest, also known as El Castell de Guadalest is a Valencian town situated in the mountain region of comarca of Marina Baixa. The Guadalest reservoir is one of the most significant tourist attracting places in the city, the crystal green water flowing through the huge pebbles never fails to amaze the visitors with its jaw-dropping views. Adventure lovers can take a swim into the green water and explore the city at its best, however it is advisable not to take your little ones in the reservoir for swimming due to the density it poses. Regarded to be an avatar for heaven, it is highly advisable for all the tourists visiting Alicante to pay a visit to this village.

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Situated at a distance of 45 km from Alicante, Benidorm is a magnificent town on the eastern coast of Spain and is a part of Valencia region’s renowned Costa Blanca. Embezzled with palm lined promenades and numerous bars that enhances the image of this place, party lovers can go all vaha over the night party that the city hosts. If you are looking to get away from the chaos of Alicante and enjoy some time amongst the locals, boozing and dancing, we can’t think of a place better than Benidorm. Drinking and driving is dangerous, so book a ride with Rydeu to lose yourself on the beats of the song and dance your heart out.

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Villanjoyosa, also known as La Vila Joiosa is a coastal town in the Alicante province and is situated at a distance of 32 km from the vibrant city Alicante. This city is known for the chocolates that it produces and the high rate in tourism that it experiences every year, the gothic churches, the local festival celebrated by the tourists and the lagoon blue water of the sea sums up the importance of this place. For a laid back trip to this city, explore the transportation facilities of Rydeu and choose the best ride as per your convenience.

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Polop, also known as Polop de la Marina is a municipality situated approximately 13 km away from the Costa Blanca region. If you are looking to explore the countryside by gathering the beat views and want some alone time to spend with your little ones, Polop is the perfect place for you. Situated far away from the hustle bustle of the city, this harmonious city is perfect for both peace seeks as well as adventure lovers. If the mood calls for a party, there is a coast situated at the close proximity of this town where the ambiance is livelier and locals can be found cooking and partying. So what are you waiting for? Pack your bags and take a trip to Polop with Rydeu at the best price available.

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