BeachesThe beaches in Alicante are amazing. Quiet golden sandscapes, wild sea swept coves and busy urban beaches, all on the edge of the crystal clear Med. The 7km long Playa San Juan is one of the most popular with families and young people. With its amenties and fabulous water sports, it's great for a day trip. If you prefer something a little less commercial then walk down to the Cabo de la Huerta coves where you can watch the waves crash on the rocks. Choose a Bed and Breakfast Alicante nearby, slap on the suncream and head down to the beach!
Walking tourAlicante is perfect for walking everywhere. The old town is filled with gothic churches, quaint little shops, museums and art galleries. Stroll along the elegant waterfront promenade, Esplanada d'Espanya or if you're feeling energetic take a hike up to the Castillo de Santa Barbara. An imposing fortress built by the Muslims in the 9th century on top of Mount Benacantil. It's not a gentle walk but well worth it for the breathtaking views from the top.
CuisineWhat to eat at a Bed and Breakfast Alicante? Many restaurants will cater the traditional touristic fare but the seaside location makes fish and seafood a natural choice. Paella here will be bursting with fresh prawns, monkfish and squid. Why not go to the Mercado Central, the liveliest of street markets where you can try the local octopus or feast on a delicious churro dipped in melting chocolate.
AirBnB AlicanteAn AirBnB Alicante may seem a natural choice but you should also check out the properties on Bed and Breakfast Alicante. Our B&Bs are all unique and can offer a greater level of service than an unstaffed AirBnB Alicante.