The Alicante-Elche airport, with passenger traffic of over 12 million people,
is one of the main tourist gateways to the peninsula.
Also with Alicante transfers you can go to any of the destinations below:
It is ideally suited for those who’d like an alternative to the busy beaches of Benidorm,
but still like to enjoy ‘sol y playa’ alicante transfers and all the other amenities of a good beach resort
on the Costa Blanca, Spain.
The town nestles in the foothills of the Sierra Helada, in the district of the Marina Baixa.
It is situated 47 kilometres north of Alicante and boasts a wonderful beachfront,
with spectacular views to the huge rock Peñon de Ifach at Calpe.
located in the region of Alicante on the Costa Blanca.
The town is just 11 kilometres north of Benidorm, yet the two resorts are worlds apart.
Altea is similar to other Costa Blanca towns in that it has a new and an old neighbourhood.
The old section is perched on top of a hill from where you will find really spectacular views.
Costa on the Southern Costa Blanca of Spain.
There are certainly nicer spots than Calpe but nowhere has the amazing landmark that is the ‘Penon de Ifach’.
This is a gigantic granite rock towering over 600 metres high. The rock is right on Calpe beach.
Denia – Oliva
Its climate of mild temperatures and its 20 kms of sandy beaches and rocky coves.
Situated 110 kilometres from Alicante airport, (approximately 1 hour 20 minutes) and 95 km from the city of Valencia.
The town faces north-east, looking out across the sea towards the Balearic islands.
It has municipalities of Benidorm, Polop, Atlea, L’Alfas del Pi and Callosa d’EN Sarria as its borders.
The location of La Nucia is in the fruit valley midst of Callosa d’EN Sarria and Benidorm.
The urban centre is actually on cape that overlooks Mediterranean Sea.
The municipality of La Nucia includes the famous housing estates like the Coloma, Panorama, Barranco Hondo and the El Tossal.
located in the province of Alicante, Spain.
The Serpis river crosses the municipal boundary of Alcoi.
The local authority reported a population of 95,526 residents in 2010.
Its old town, Barrio de la Santa Cruz, has narrow streets, colored houses and a nightlife scene.
From here, an elevator or a steep climb leads to medieval Castillo de Santa Bárbara, set on a hilltop with sweeping views of the Mediterranean coast.
The fortified, 16th-century Almería Cathedral has a Gothic ribbed ceiling.
This is one of the oldest towns on the Costa Blanca.
The municipality of Benissa has 4 km of coastline linking the towns of Moraira and Calp
Lady Elizabeth School, a British international school, has its junior school campus in Benitachell.
It’s known for its beaches, like sandy Arenal-Bol.
Nearby is the Roman site Baños de la Reina, with rock-cut sea pools.