Hostels in and around Alicante in Spain on the Costa Blanca.
Alicante Hostels Alicante is a good start off for exploring the rest of the Costa Blanca in Spain. Here is a list of local hostels in this area..
Alicante Hostels Chameleon Hostel Alicante Chameleon Hostel Alicante
Situated in Alicante, 600 metres from the train station, Chameleon Hostel Alicante features a rooftop terrace with an outdoor seating area. 1 person is looking at this hostel.
Air-conditioned and heated, all rooms have free WiFi and lockers. Shared bathrooms are located either inside or outside the rooms. Towels can be rented on site.
The property also offers a shared lounge and a kitchen. Packed lunches are available on request.
You will find shops and restaurants within a 5-minute walk of the property. Alicante Port is 1.7 km away and the beach can be reached in around 30 minutes on foot.
Hostel has 16 rooms.
Situated in Alicante, LOVE ALICANTE is 200 m from Central Market. This property offers a shared kitchen and free WiFi. Some rooms have a balcony with a city view.
At the property, every room is equipped with a desk. Rooms are complete with shared bathrooms, while certain rooms at LOVE ALICANTE also have a seating area. All units will provide guests with an oven.
Popular points of interest near the accommodation include Procathedral of San Nicolás de Bari, Town Hall Square and Museum of Contemporary Art. Alicante Airport is 10 km away. MORE INFO
Hostels in Alicante
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The City of Alicante
Alicante that modern thriving city in the south of the Comunidad Valenciana, and the capital of course of Alicante province.
Situated about 160 kms south of Valencia City, it a very important tourist centre, has a resident population of just less than 350,000 people, a busy brand new recently renamed Ellche- Alicante Airport.
And a port area frequently used by cruise ships and ferries as well as by a certain amount of commercial traffic.
Foreign tourists coming to the Costa Blanca resorts frequently use Alicante as their arrival point in the country, and transport links from the town, especially with the development of the railway network in the region.
Alicante Santa Barbara
The town itself is dominated by the Castle of Santa Barbara on top of Mount Benacantil, also home to El Ereta Park, running down from the castle to the old town.
Parks Indeed, Alicante many fine parks, open spaces and walkways, the most famous being the Esplanada de Espana one of the loveliest tree-lined promenades in the entire country.
On the other hand, if you are looking for more lively entertainment, Alicante a wide selection of bars, restaurants and clubs to choose from, as well as beautiful beaches for that special summer tan.
If culture is more your thing, Alicante has a fine theatre (Teatro Principal) where concerts, dance, opera and other cultural festivals are staged.
And of course no self-respecting Spanish town would deny itself its fair share of fiestas during the year, and Alicante no exception.
The main ones to look out for are the February carnivals, Easter processions, the Moors & Christians fiesta, and particularly the Bonfires of St John (Hogueras de San Juan).
This takes place from June 20 – 29 and involves the burning of wooden and papier-mache statues, fireworks competitions, flower offerings – pretty much ingredients to be found in the best Spanish fiestas!
So don’t just think of Alicante as the place on the destination board at your departure airport in the UK.
With its fine hotels, interesting sights, a wide range of entertainment and beautiful beaches, Alicante really does have something to offer every holidaymaker thinking of coming to the Costa Blanca.
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ALICANTE COSTA BLANCA II Walking Guide:
Hiking through the most beautiful scenery in the hinterland of the Costa Blanca Paperbackhttps://spain-info.co.uk/costa-blanca/bird-watching-costa-blanca/
The walks described in this guide are predominantly easy and to master within 2 to 3 hours.
The selected walks lead to areas with marvellous views.
These walks delight your heart and your taste buds!
Anyone who likes to walk will be thrilled. Many pictures give moreover good clues.
Walk ways and accesses to the starts are described precisely. To every walk there are restaurant recommendations.
Regardless of the wanderings the book contains, in addition, a ranking of 30 good restaurants in the hinterland of the Costa Blanca with a description of the access ways.
Attached historical descriptions are held in italic writing. Therefore they do not mix with the route descriptions.
Current changes to the individual routes, which are not included in the corresponding book editions,
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