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The city of Alicante has no dearth when it comes to bars, pubs and nightlife. This coastal city with plenty of beaches will amaze you at the sheer variety in the type of bars that you might encounter. They have sports bars, gay bars, karaoke bars, ladies bars, singles bars and so many more that you are spoilt for choice.
Most of the bars have terraces, from where the visitors can enjoy striking views and enjoy the weather. The bars start business late in the night and remain open till the early hours of the morning.
The Havana Barrio is a favourite amongst the locals, thanks to its friendly ambience and warm red interiors. The bar always has soft music playing in the background and is a place where the local and expat crowd mingle without any difficulty. Havana Barrio is always packed during the weekends, so better turn up early to get a table.
Address: C. Llauradors, 5, 03002 Alacant, Alicante, Spain.
The Barrio Havana is a favourite amongst the locals, thanks to its friendly ambience and warm red interiors. The bar always has soft music playing in the background and is a place where the local and expat crowd mingle without any difficulty. Barrio Havana is always packed during the weekends, so better turn up early to get a table.
Address: Rambla de Méndez Núñez, 26 03002 Alicante, Spain
If listening to classical music while watching yachts and powerboats in the marina is your thing, then Cafe Bar Noray is the perfect place for you. Simple snack menu and a good selection of alcoholic or non-alcoholic drinks makes a very relaxed way to watch the sun go down.
Address: Av/ Conde de Vallellano s/n, 03001 Alicante, Spain.
The Bar Austin is located in the heart of Alicante and is a very popular bar with American tourists as football is regularly shown here. The place is not very big, but you can surely enjoy sitting outside in the sun as you observe the hustle and bustle of the city.
Address: Carrer Llauradors, 6, 03002 Alacant, Alicante, Spain.
Styled in a typical British manner, one can mistake The Lighthouse for a British pub, but is a typical Spanish hub. The bar serves all types of alcohol, and it is a great hit amongst the tourists especially during the summer months when the tables are arranged outside the premises.
Address: Marina de Denia Building 2 local B, 03700, Denia, Alicante, Spain.
The Los Mejillones bar is situated by the seafront, and this little bar/café is a great place to grab a cheap bite and a cold drink while watching the world go by. It has a decent indoor and outdoor seating arrangement, and is open all day long so you can pop in for a morning coffee too.
Address: Pl. Gabriel Miró, 19, 03001 Alicante, Spain.