Hotels in Alicante
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Hostal La Lonja
Alicante 415 m from city centre
Hostal La Lonja is located in central Alicante, near its historic Central Market and the Ruiz de Alba and Castillo de San...
Alicante 561 m from city centre
From the airport: N-332 towards Alicante, Avda. Elche Av. Oscar Esplá, ahead Av. Salamanca, right Av. Benito Pérez Galdós,...
Alicante 404 m from city centre
Hostal Campoy is located in central Alicante, 15 minutes’ walk from the marina and Postiguet Beach. It offers smart, air-conditioned...
Alicante 695 m from city centre
This pleasant hotel is situated in the heart of Alicante, within minutes of the nearest fine sandy beach and from the centre...
Old Town Alicante
Alicante 641 m from city centre
Located in Alicante, a 13-minute walk from Postiguet, Old Town Alicante has air-conditioned rooms with free WiFi and express...
Tourism in Alicante
The most visited are the beaches of San Juan and El Postiguet, whose chiringuitos (food and beverage stands) make it the center of the citys nightlife. Both are urban beaches, with fine white sand and all manner of services, earning each the EUs Blue Flag.
The city of Alicante contains numerous attractions, and markets and hawkers selling products that range from artisans crafts to food. Culturally, the city has much to offer: summer cinemas open near the sea, numerous malls and movie parlors, the castle of Santa Bárbara, the Archeological Museum, the Town Hall, and a Baroque palace from the 18th century.
As far as nightlife goes, the city is divided into sectors. El Barrio, found in the old center of the city, is most popular with the younger crowd, with music and dancing and discoteques. Another important sector is La Zona, on San Fernando St, where you will find the most stylish joints. La Ruta de Madera is another popular sector, found in the avenue Alfonso X el Sabio, and is full of Irish- and American-style bars.
The nights can be enjoyed right on the beach in the port of Alicante.
The most chic area remains the Playa de San Juan, which contains the largest concentration of bars, discos, and chiringuitos in the whole city.