Travel to Alicante

Travel to Alicante

Alicante Tourist Information about the Air Travel, Alicante Airport, Train and Bus Stations

Alicante airport bus
Information about bus transport from Alicante airport to Alicante city center, Torrellano, Elche, Benidorm and Murcia
Alicante bus station
There are many companies operating in Alicante Bus Station, offering regular connections to nearby towns.
Alicante Weather
Information about Alicante weather and climate – hot summers and mild winters.
Car Rental Alicante Airport
The airport is accessible by intercity buses, taxis, and private cars. If you decide to rent a car, take the national road N-338.
Spanish Phrases for Tourists
A list of Spanish phrases for every situation – use these Spanish expressions during your summer holidays.
Alicante train station
Information about train lines offered by high-speed RENFE Spain rail system
Weather in Torrevieja
The climate in Torrevieja is excellent with an average annual temperature of about 20 degrees Celsius.
Alicante Car Rental RENFE
You can also hire a car to Alicante center. The offices are situated on the Avenue of Salamanca, near the main train station.

Check numerous tips about holidays to Alicante, interesting places to visit on Costa Blanca, where to eat and how to get around. Our online Alicante travel guide offers you all the advice and information you need for the best Alicante vacation!

plane1. Travel to Alicante by plane

The fastest way to travel to Spain and come to Alicante is by a commercial airline. Alicante airport in Spain is directly connected to a large number of cities in Europe. There are more than 40 different airlines – some of them short, like Alicante-Palma de Mallorca – others a bit longer, like Alicante-Stockholm or Alicante-Belfast.

Air Travel Alicante

Tabulated information about your Alicante flight.

Alicante airport

Alicante airport Spain – El Altet – is one of the busiest airports in Spain. For many travelers, our airport is a gateway to their vacation on the Mediterranean.

Alicante airport bus

Info about Alicante airport bus transport to Alicante city center, Torrellano, Elche, Benidorm and Murcia.

train2. Travel to Alicante by train

If you plan a longer tour visiting various places in Spain, the best way to travel to Alicante is definitely by train. Once you visit Spain, use the services of the Spanish rail company RENFE. You will enjoy the magic of a pleasant atmosphere combined with the modern technology of the high-speed rail system. The Alicante train station is situated in Salamanca Avenue, about 50 m away from the shopping zone of Maisonnave Avenue.

Alicante TRAIN station
– info about destinations, tickets and timetables –

When traveling to a nearby town along Costa Blanca (such as Benidorm, Calpe, Denia, and Altea) you can take a local train. The narrow gauge Alicante train station is located close to the harbor at the end of the central Postiguet beach, several hundreds of meters away from the Hotel Melia. Here you can take a tram that goes to the nearby town of Campello.

The narrow gauge railway station – FGV

bus3. Alicante travel by bus

The bus lines connect Alicante with the rest of the province, as well as with other larger cities in Spain or Europe. Taking a bus is the best option when traveling to nearby towns, such as Elche, Torrevieja, or Benidorm – Manhattan of the Mediterranean. The central bus station is located in the middle of Portugal street, about 150 m from Maisonnave Avenue. There you can find offices of a lot of Spain travel agencies, such as ALSA or EUROLINES.

Alicante BUS station
– info about bus lines, tickets and timetables 

boat4. Alicante travel by boat

Finally, there are regular ferries between Alicante and Ibiza, Palma de Mallorca, and Oran (Algeria). For more information about maritime routes ask at the Port of Alicante.

Port of Alicante – Muelle de Poniente 11 – (+34) 965 130 095

For information online check the following links:

www.directferries.co.uk
www.ferrysavers.co.uk
www.aferry.co.uk

When you travel to Alicante, one of the first things that come to mind is convenience. This is because the city can be accessed by three means of travel – by land, by sea, and by air.

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Pablo

Hi, I'm Pablo, an internet marketer who enjoys working and travelling around the Costa Blanca, Spain. I have been fortunate enough to have met some amazing people on my travels and was lucky enough to be able to make Spain my second home in 2018.

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