Tourist enclave overlooking the sea, university headquarters, and congresses. The city is the capital of a province of great commercial and industrial dynamism belonging to the Valencian Community.
Its hotel offer - with more than 7,150 places-, its cultural richness, its privileged enclave on the Mediterranean coasts and its famous gastronomy rich in traditional dishes, have made it a meeting point of multiple cultures.
The privileged climate enjoyed at any time of the year, its excellent beaches and modern infrastructures, contribute to Alicante being the ideal setting for the organization of all kinds of events, congresses and professional meetings..
Alicante, a city located on the shore of the Mediterranean Sea, is perfectly connected by land as well as by air and sea.
It has El Altet - Alicante International Airport, located just 10 minutes from the city center, with domestic, international, regular and charter flights. In addition, the airport is continuously connected to the city via the C-6 bus line and the local taxi network.
The train station, in the heart of the city, communicates Alicante with medium and long distance trains daily.
5 minutes from the train station is the bus station, which has regular international lines of travelers with Europe and frequent regular lines with the province and rest of Spain.
Between the city of Alicante and its marina there is a magnificent integration. Alicante is a beautiful city that looks out to the sea through its Port. Geographically located at 0o 30' W longitude and 38o 20' N latitude, strategic condition that distances it just one night crossing from the main Spanish Ports of the Mediterranean.