Allures of the Seas

Welcome to Alicante City





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Practical information for cruise passengers

Alicante City Walks

Walking routes specially designed for travellers who have little time to get to know the city of Alicante, and for cruise ship passengers with stopovers in Alicante.

Places to discover

Discover the most emblematic places in Alicante and let yourself be surprised by their beauty. The city monuments are full of history and in Alicante’s museums and cultural centres you will find interesting exhibitions and all kinds of events. Alicante’s parks and gardens will surprise you pleasantly; some of them, such as Portal de Elche, Canalejas Park or Plaza Gabriel Miró, have lush centennial trees worth seeing. The Castle of Santa Bárbara is the most important monument of the city. Inside you can visit the MUSA Museum (Museum of the City of Alicante).

The best beaches

Discover Alicante’s beaches, enjoy the atmosphere and the many services at your disposal. El Postiguet beach is next to the old town and very near the cruise terminal: this beach is full of life throughout the year; and if you like coves and nature, you’ll love the creeks of the Cabo de la Huerta. If you wish to escape from the city, you can get to the beaches of San Juan and Albufereta by TRAM (lines 1-3-4) or by bus (lines 21-22) and to the beach of Saladares-Urbanova taking bus number 27

Shopping in Alicante

Shops at street level and big retail stores offer a wide range of possibilities in the city of Alicante. The province is famous for the quality of its leather goods and its gastronomy, including canned specialties, typical salted fish and origin wines. Traditional products consumed daily in many Alicante homes are also well-known: chocolate, dates, nougat, and traditional ice cream. For children, Alicante offers internationally renowned toys and dolls that are exported worldwide.


The Mediterranean Sea inspires Alicante’s cuisine: it is succulent, varied, impressive and explosive. Alicante’s local gastronomy is undoubtedly one of its great tourist attractions: its history, geographical location, climate and the province’s fertile lands infuse it with richness and diversity. Alicante is the ideal city to treat your palate with pure Mediterranean flavours.

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Turrones E. Candela Espí
Avda. Constitución 3, Alicante
Tel: (+34) 966 297 865
Mov: (+34) 637 494 625
La Despensa de Cristina. Turrones Teclo
C/ Poeta Vila i Blanco 11, Alicante
Tel +34 965 131 383
Kiosco de Turrones Monerris- Sirvent
Avda. Alfonso el Sabio, 10 (Mercado Central), Alicante
Tel: (+34) 965 217 535
Turrones Monerris- Sirvent Sirvent
Avda. Alfonso el Sabio, 16, Alicante
Tel: (+34) 965 217 535
Turrones Espí
C/ López Torregrosa 17, Alicante
Tel: (+)34 965 214 441
Turrones 1880
C/ Mayor 9, Alicante
Tel +34 -965 219 281
Salazones Mar Menor
C/ Capitán Segarra 9, Alicante
Tel +34 965 140 222
Salazones Quintana S.L
Avda. Holanda s/n frente C.C. Fontana
Tel: (+34) 965 154 269
Salazones Vicente Leal
Puesto 217 del Mercado Central
Avda. Alfonso X el Sábio 10, Alicante
Tel +34 965 217 837
Bardisa y Cia S.L.
C/ Capitán Segarra, 12, Alicante
Tel +34 965 211 783
Boutique La Granadina
C/ Gerona 7, Alicante
Tel +34 965 211 151
C/ Rafel Altamira 26, Alicante 03001
Tel 965 215 352
Zon centro- Casco antiguo.
Cuquet de Llum
Alimentos típicos y artesanales de Alicante.
Turismo y deporte activo en la naturaleza
C/ Lonja de Caballeros 4- Alicante
Tel: (+34) 637 661 256
El Club del Gourmet de El Corte Inglés
Avda. Maisonnave, 53
Avda. Federico Soto 1 y 3, Alicante
Tel +34 965 925 001
Salazones Quintana S.L
C/ Poeta Quintana 40, Alicante
Tel 965 21 48 42
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