The province of Alicante (Alicant in Valencian) is located on the Spanish coast of the Mediterranean Sea in the southern part of the autonomous community of Valencia. Most of the province's territory is occupied by mountain ranges and is sparsely populated, but the coast is one of the most urbanized in Spain and is a chain of resort towns with wide beaches of fine white sand, for which it was named the Costa Blanca (White Coast). The typical Mediterranean climate with a large number of sunny days and comfortable temperatures in any season attracts a huge number of tourists from all over the world. In addition, a huge number of historical and cultural monuments of different eras are located on the territory of the province.



The capital and largest city of the province is located on the coastal plain and is surrounded by several hills. The unique silhouette of the city is formed by Mount Benacantil with a height of 169 meters, on its top is the fortress of Santa Barbara. At its foot is the famous Postiguet beach (Playa del Postiguet), along which stretches a two-level promenade with a palm more



Benidorm to Xàbia by Bus - Historical and Ethnographic Museum of Javea - New Year Celebration in Jávea - St. Bartholomew church (Iglesia de San Bartolomé) -  Rio de Gorgos - Xàbia Waterfront - Puerto de Xàbia - Virgen del Loreto Church - Calle Cuesta de San Antonio - Cabo San Antonio - Cabo San Antonio Natural Park - Old Lime Kiln - Los Molinos - Ermita Cristo Del Calvario - Night Walk in Javea - Jardín De Loreto - Mercado de Abastos - Ajuntament de Xàbia - Riurau d'Arnauda - Muralles de la Vila - Plaça del Convent Placeta - Old Town of Xàbia more


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Orihuela more

Santa Pola

Santa Pola more

Tabarca Island

Tabarca Island more


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