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A haven for sun-worshippers, Alicante is blessed with a huge number of beaches, and one of the Mediterranean's oldest port towns. It's well-connected to the Balearic Islands and the Costa Blanca, making it the perfect holiday location for those who wish to explore a little more of Spain while still remaining close to the "White Coast" sea.

Alicante's plentiful history and charming surroundings regularly attract couples that are seeking a quiet retreat. For fervent foodies, the Alicante Gourmet Walking Tour is a must, with wine and olive oil tasting included. If you wish to take in the best views of the area, climb the hill to reach Castillo de Santa Barbara, a stunning 16th century house that stands out proudly on the skyline. If the seafaring life is more up your street, hop aboard the Kon Tiki boat trip, a 45-minute tour around the island of Tabarca.

For those seeking a hint of home, Benidorm is one of Alicante's most popular areas for expats. Bask on golden beaches, shop in the old town or visit Mundomar sea life centre. A great option for budget-savvy families, Alicante provides a wonderful relaxed holiday suitable for all ages.

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