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Alma del Sur

Alma del Sur (Calle Muñoz 2, Alacant, Alicante) – for those wanting simple fried seafood items – from Fish N’ Chips to calamari and octopus, this is a fine small place for such items (for less than €10). It has been highly-rated by various travelers on sites like TripAdvisor.com


Centro Comercial Gran Alacant

Centro Comercial Gran Alacant (Av. Finlandia 17-21, Santa Pola, Alicante) — this shopping center is more modestly sized than others in the Alicante region, with around 75 mainly local and regional retailers. This, along with some eateries like Burger King, as well as Spanish favorites like paella.  


Alicante Museum of Contemporary Art

Alicante Museum of Contemporary Art (Plaza Sta. María, Alicante) — the Alicante Museum of Contemporary Art (MACA) opened in 2011, and was originally the old Museum of La Asegurada (which was created in 1976 thanks to the work of Eusebio Sempere). There are three permanent collections: the collection of 20th-century art, which includes works by […]


About Alicante

Alicante is a port city on Spain’s Costa Blanca (located on the southeast coast of the country – facing the Mediterranean). This city is also the capital of the province of the same name. Alicante’s history goes as far back as the Roman Empire – when both the Rome and Carthage fought for control of […]



CAR RENTALS – the following car rental agencies operate in Alicante: Avis: +34 965 13 62 58 Centrauro: +34 902 104 103 Enterprise: +34 965 682 526 Europcar: +34 902 105 055 Goldcar: +34 965 683 362 Hertz: +34 965 922 587 Sixt: +34-902 491 616


Archaeological Museum of Alicante

Archaeological Museum of Alicante (Plaza Doctor Gómez Ulla, Alicante) — the museum offers an interesting historic journey through rooms dedicated to Prehistory, Iberian Culture, Roman Culture and Middle Ages . They contain pieces from some 100,000 years ago, Iberian ceramics, a recreation of Roman daily life and over 300 objects from the Middle Ages. The […]