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Things to do in Alicante in August

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Are you looking for a perfect beach weather and some splendid outdoor activities on your vacation?
Then go to Alicante and experience magnificent turquoise beaches, splendid parks and great beaches. Alicante in August, experiences around 10 hours of sunshine every day, and some high temperatures (averaging to 31C). There is more humidity, almost no rains, and mild evening/overnight temperatures. These conditions are perfect for outdoor activities, hitting the beach for sunbathing and water sports. Here are some things to do in Alicante in August.
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Head to Parque Lo Morant, located north of the city in the Virgen del Carmen and Virgen del Remedio neighbourhoods and enjoy the wonderful walkways with sculptural plants and a grand open-air auditorium enlivening summer performances. Check out the city’s contemporary park Parque de la Ereta wonderfully designed by French architect beautifully blending nature and resounding with harmony. Travel to Tabarca (known as Flat Island) the Autonomous Community of Valencia’s largest natural island pristine water and declared as Mediterranean Marine Reserve. Enjoy some revitalising diving and other activities at the reserve.

August is a perfect time to head to the beaches and most of the beaches in Alicante are thronged by tourists. Move away from the hustle-bustle of the city and head to Benidorm or Javea to explore their pristine beaches. Reach Levante Bay (also known as the sunrise beach), this popular beach in Benidorm is a huge favourite with holidaymakers due to the safe seas and blue flag status. Enjoy the tranquillity, sunbathing and an array of water sports. La Granadella beach in Javea is popular for its crystal-clear turquoise waters, and water-sporting activities.

Do not miss out the celebration feast of the mother of Christ, honouring the departure of Mary from this life and her body’s assumption into heaven.

3 comments

Charlie Mc Chrystal
I have been to Alicante about 15 times and you will find something different every time, I just love the place. Look out for the street carnival and the fishing fleet blessings and theSaturday market, also you have to take the lift up to the fort for the view alone

Lily Bean
En que fechas on las fiestas de Fallas de Valenca y de Alicante en 2018 ? Lily
smita
@lily 2018 Falles comenzará el jueves 15 de marzo y finalizará el lunes 19 de marzo

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