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The province of Alicante is famous for the quality of its leather goods
When you arrived at the airport and your Alicante Airport transfer brought you to your destination, the holiday can finally begin! You made the right decision to come to Alicante.
The city of Alicante is situated in the heart of the Costa Blanca and is one of the main tourist destinations in the Levante area in Spain. Its many golf courses, and the calm waters of the Mediterranean are just a couple of its numerous activitys.
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What to see Alicante is dominated by the Castle of Santa Bárbara, set atop the Monte Benacantil ridge and offering spectacular views of the coast and the city.
At the foot of this fortress stands the old quarter and the Santa Cruz neighbourhood. at its pedestrianised streets will take you to the church of Santa María, Plaza del Ayuntamiento square and the cathedral of San Nicolás.
Its museums include particularly the La Aseguradora House-Museum, with works by major artists such as Joan Miró and Pablo Picasso; and the Provincial Archaeological Museum with exhibits from the archaeological site of Manises.
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The beach is also one of the reasons that a lot of tourists come to Valencia region
Alicante has a close relationship with the sea.
The area is known for the most engaging costs of Spain. There is an endless amount of beaches and beautiful bays.
A big advantage in Alicante is the safety of the sea. Almost every beach has a blue flag, what means that the beaches have a safe reputation. You can order a Alicante taxi that brings you as quick as possible to the beach.
The beaches of Postiguet, San Juan and La Albufereta are an opportunity to the sun all day whereas the options available in the marine resort include windsurfing, sailing and scuba-diving. Located opposite the port is the Explanada de España promenade, one of the favourite spots of the local residents because of its numerous outdoor cafes and restaurants.
Gastronomy: Its star dish is its rice, prepared in a multitude of original ways: paella, ’a banda’ (rice with fish), black rice (with cuttlefish)… please havea look at out gastronomy page to find out more www.tranzena.com/gastronomy
Festivities Its most important festivity is on 24 June and is known as the Night of San Juan. Fire, papier-mâché figures (’ninots’), music, parades and fun and high spirits.