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Departure Fri, 11 Aug Return Sat, 19 Aug
DUB Dublin
ALC Alicante
return from 135€
Departure Thu, 27 Jul Return Tue, 01 Aug
BRU Brussels
ALC Alicante
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Departure Fri, 11 Aug Return Fri, 18 Aug
KIR County Kerry
ALC Alicante
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Departure Wed, 02 Aug Return Thu, 10 Aug
LGW London
ALC Alicante
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Dublin - Alicante
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County Kerry - Alicante
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London - Alicante
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Stockholm - Alicante
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Venice - Alicante
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Alicante holidays

Alicante sights and attractions

An important historical port in the Mediterranean and one of the most popular tourist destinations in Spain, Alicante has become a major destination for travelers searching for both small-town charm with the nightlife and conveniences of a modern city. Situated on the stunning coastline of southwestern Spain, with spectacular beaches, beautiful surrounding countryside, and breathtaking views of the stone built cityscape, it is considered one of the most beautiful cities in Spain. Reflecting its historical importance, the city contains many well-preserved cultural sites, including the magnificent Castle of Santa Barbara, whose origins date back over a thousand years, and the beautiful Basilica of Santa Maria.

What to do in Alicante

Cheap flights arriving to Alicante, travelers can explore a bustling city that still manages to retain its small-town charm. With a superb range of restaurants and cafes serving rustic, traditional tapas to high-end, fine dining tasting menus, there is something to suit any budget, while the bars and clubs provide hot spots for dancing and live music performances, giving the city a fantastic atmosphere at night, especially in the summer when the locals often sleep through the afternoon only to wake up and party through the night! You will also find many interesting historical sites to explore during the slower afternoons, including the ruins of the Castle of Santa Barbara or the ancient Port of Alicante.

When in Alicante be sure to:

  • Take a boat ride around the sea front to enjoy the best views of the city
  • Explore the Castle of Santa Barbara, an ancient castle with components dating back 1,000 years
  • Look around the Gravina Palace, now a museum for fine arts
  • Visit the beautifully preserved, bustling Port of Alicante
  • Attend the Bonfire of St. John, the city's most important festival that takes place during the summer
  • Sample the superb local tapas and street food
  • Gaze at the beautiful Basilica of Santa Maria
  • Climb Mount Benacantil, a vast hill overlooking the city on which the Castle of Santa Barbara is situated
  • Dance in the city's eclectic selection of bars and clubs
  • Admire the fine collection of the Museum of Contemporary Art of Alicante

Airports in Alicante

Alicante is served by Alicante-Elche Airport, one of the busiest airports in the region, serving many nearby cities. It handles over 12 million passengers annually.

  • Alicante-Elche Airport

    Top Carriers

    Top carriers that serve the airport include: easyJet, FlyBe and


    The airport is located 6 miles east of the city.


    The airport is only accessible by road. Since the airport is such an important access point for the region, many buses operate from nearby cities, towns and railway stations, allowing you to be more flexible in planning your trip. There are numerous bus links from the city centre of Alicante operated by different companies. There are also taxi and car rental companies operating in the city centre.