Alicante

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Instagram photo experience in Alicante
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Instagram photo experience in Alicante

Visit Alicante in a unique way with a professional photographer.

free cancellation
Validity Flexible
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Scuba diving trip from Santa Pola
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Scuba diving trip from Santa Pola

Don't miss the chance to observe the seabed with an expert instructor on this scuba-diving experience from Santa Pola!

free cancellation
Duration 3 hours
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Tabarca Island snorkeling trip from Santa Pola
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Tabarca Island snorkeling trip from Santa Pola

Discover the sea life of the Tabarca Island Natural Reserve on this boat tour from Santa Pola with all the equipment included!

free cancellation
Duration 3 hours
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Aqua Natura Benidorm Ticket
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Aqua Natura Benidorm Ticket

Whether it's seeking thrills on unique rides, relaxing with a little hydrotherapy or encountering exotic marine life – Aqua Natura has the lot, and more besides. This well-designed waterpark, surrounded by lovely views, features a kid's zone brimful with activities to keep them occupied and over 1,000 metres of water chutes. Star attractions include the Aqua Snake, the Rio Aventur and La Cresta. With a giant wave pool, an aquarium, a lighthouse breakwater, sun decks and a spa area, there's plenty for the whole family to enjoy.

free cancellation
Duration from 4 hours to 8 hours
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Altea sailing excursion
Excursions & day trips

Altea sailing excursion

Book now your catamaran excursion and explore Altea from another perspective. Stop to swim in crystal clear waters and enjoy a meal on board.

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Duration 5 hours
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Things to do in Alicante

Alicante is a city and port in Spain on the Costa Blanca, the capital of the province of Alicante and of the comarca of Alacantí, in the south of the Valencian Community. It is also a historic Mediterranean port. It's the second-largest Valencian city.The city is one most important tourist destinations in the Spanish east coast. The many golf courses, along with the tranquil waters of the Mediterranean Sea, are part of the appeal of this beautiful harbour city, which sits at the foot of the Castle of Santa Barbara, a silent witness to the numerous civilisations to have settled here. The historic quarter, at the foot of this fortress, conceals an interesting religious and civil architectural legacy, including the emblematic Explanada de España (Spain boulevard), a traditional recreational area to the local residents. Alicante is also a land of deeply-rooted traditions, such as the Moors and Christians festivities and the Night of San Juan. When it comes to Alicante's delicious cuisine, rice takes the central stage, cooked in a million different ways.
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