Sitting atop Mount Benacantil, the Castle of Santa Barbara still stands like a protector to Alicante. The city that thrives below it is also the capital of Alicante Province. Because of its enticements and charms, the city has moved many a writer and poet to immortalise it in devoted words. Read More...
The golden sand, turquoise waters and beautiful bays serve as prime attraction to millions of tourists who visit the Alicante Region every year.
The Guadalest Valley, also known as the 'Eagle's Nest' is situated at about 25kms from Benidorm. The spectacular tourist spot can be reached after a refreshing 1hr drive from Alicante.
In the Spanish city of Alicante Christmas and New Year has never been a truly cold affair. The weather in Alicante is cool and almost warm during the day, so you are not compelled to wear all your woollens and shiver in the cold.
Restaurante Dársena One of the oldest restaurants in Alicante, Restaurante Dársena is known for its beautiful setting right on the port of Alicante and the best paella in the area. Enjoy traditional seafood dishes from octopus pasta, grilled fish, to ink squid, accompanied with a glass of your favorite wine. Restaurante El Monastrell Some of … Continue reading Dining in Alicante, Spain