The Environment

Beaches and coves

Fine sand, boulders, sand dunes and steep cliffs on the edge of town or in paradisiacal. A great deal of choice.

The Costa Blanca is blue. The color of about 57 flags attesting to the quality of water of over 200 kilometers of coastline that are lost at sea. For something Alicante is the province with the highest distinctions of this kind in Spain. More than 170 beaches and coves that welcome visitors who can enjoy over 300 days of sunshine a year. With fine sand, boulders, hidden behind the dunes on the edge of pine forests, under steep cliffs, urban, secluded, calm waters or curled by the wind.

ALICANTE City & Beach

Discover Alicante

Discover Alicante through your five senses: its fabulous beaches, its impressive monuments and museums are impressive part of the great appeal of a city which we invite you to discover. READ MORE


Three basic elements

The Sierra de Santa Pola, the coastal strip of varying morphology from the low cliffs to sandy beaches, through the fossil reef and albufereña in which the salt of Santa Pola Natural Park declared high value is placed ecological and faunistic.. READ MORE

World Heritage Site by UNESCO

Elx brings to their cultural heritage and the landscape jewels like the Lady of Elche, the most representative work of Iberian art; the Palm, Muslim and Hispanic heritage Mystery d’Elx. READ MORE

Guardamar del Segura

The pine forest of Guardamar

Forest space has 800 hectares and was originally a set of moving sand dunes, which were fixed by planting various plant species such as agaves, pines, palms, cypresses and eucalyptus. READ MORE

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