How to get there – Alicante

Alicante it is a city that we can reach in the way that is most comfortable for us since it is excellently connected to Spain and the world.

By air:

The Alicante airport (The Altet) is 9 kilometers from the center. Receive regular and charter flights from the great Spanish and European capitals, especially from the United Kingdom and Germany, and even transoceanic flights.
The city bus, line C-6, takes us to the center of Alicante, with a € 2.60 ticket, between 6:30 and 23:10 hours. The taxi, in front of the arrivals gate, costs around € 17.

By highway:

The AP-7 motorway vertebra, towards the north, the Valencian Community and towards the south, connects with Murcia and Andalusia. The A-31 It links with Madrid.
The bus companies Alsa, Eurolines, Linebus and others arrive at the Terminal of the center of Alicante, from Spain, Morocco and all of Europe.

By rail:

The TRAM, a light rail of FGV, crosses the province to Denia. It’s a bit slow but the views are exceptional.
Renfe It has a station in the center of the city, where trains arrive from all over Spain and France, via Barcelona.

By sea:

To the Alicante Port Company Romeu ships arrive from Oran in Algeria and international cruises.

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