Rapidly gaining a reputation of being one of Spain’s culinary cities, Alicante will delight travelers who love to eat their way through a city.
A city located along Costa Blanca in the province of the same name, Alicante is where the fun never stops. It is a dynamic, energetic and vibrant city where travelers can enjoy gastronomical delights, a number of attractions, and an exciting nightlife. The city covers a total area of 77.71 square miles and is inhabited by more than 330,000 people. Blessed with a semi-arid climate, the city can be visited at any time of the year. You can take the train from Barcelona or Madrid, by bus from Valencia, Barcelona and Granada, or by ferry from Ibiza and Palma de Mallorca. You can also fly directly to the city via the Alicante Airport located 6.8 miles from the center of the city. The airport is served by more than 20 carriers.
Because Alicante is famous for its mouthwatering food, you must keep a list of the restaurants you must dine in. The list must include Sapore Mediterraneo, Paradox Art & Culture Café, Cerveceria ESTIU Bar, Horchateria Azul, Don Carlos Alicante, Verdi Vent, Taberna To-Bar, Restaurante Pizzeria Tito’s, El Canto, Liberty Kitchen, Momen, Alma del Sur, Nou Manolin, La Taberna del Gourmet, and Restaurant Asador Los Troncos. While eating your way through the city, you must visit its top attractions such as the Castle of Santa Barbara, Museo Volvo Ocean Race, Guardamar Beach, Mercado Central, Alicante Town Hall, Nativity Scene Museum, San Nicolas de Bari Procathedral, and Museo de Bellas Artes Gravina.
Alicante affords its visitors the opportunity to enjoy and visit its numerous attractions, and simultaneously satisfy their cravings for delightful Spanish cuisine! Excited? Consult your travel agent now!