A study positions Alicante as the fourth best destination in the world for a getaway. Alicante is the fourth best coastal and urban destination in the world. This has been revealed by a study carried out by Compare the Market, an Australian website specialized in travel, which has classified the 35 main coastal cities in the world based on factors such as the number of available leisure activities, restaurants, beaches, Instagram posts, safety and average annual temperatures.
The municipality turns to the official day of the country after two years of pandemic with a parade and a commemorative act | The Norwegian community in the town is one of the largest
Nowhere else in Spain do so many Blue Flags fly on the beaches as in the Valencian Community. Alicante is the Spanish province with the most awards. Four Valencian beaches obtain the quality flag for the first time, two of them on the Costa Blanca. List of some towns with beaches on the Costa Blanca with Blue Flag: Alicante, Alfas del Pi, Altea, Benidorm, Benissa, Benitachell, Calpe, Denia, El Campello, Elche, Guardarmar del Segura, Javea, Torrevieja, Teulada, Moraira, Villajoyosa
The terminal recovers the figures of the best tourist year in history. Aena schedules 875 flights in Alicante for this weekend with a total of 155,000 passengers. The progressive lifting of restrictions on mobility due to the pandemic and the desire to travel, after two years of closure, have made it possible for the airport to have recovered almost 100% of the operations it had in 2019 in the first five months of the year .
Let your soul dangle: El Hondo Nature Park near Elche (Alicante) is an oasis of relaxation for people and animals and a popular yet quiet destination on the southern Costa Blanca.
The sun will shine throughout the day and there will be a considerable increase in temperatures in several areas of the province
Weather in Benidorm, Denia and Torrevieja: Maximum temperatures are around 21 degrees while the minimums reach up to 15 degrees. In the early hours there will be some high clouds but they will soon dissipate and the sun will shine throughout the day.
After two years, Spain abolishes the mask requirement indoors. With some exceptions, it is no longer necessary to wear the protective mask. Details of supermarkets, restaurants and transportation.
Bars and restaurants invoice these days 10% more than before the pandemic, although costs have increased | Hotels reach 95% occupancy with full signs in some cases.
The airports serving Alicante province and Murcia region are seeing a return to passenger numbers which are similar to those recorded in 2019 – before the Covid pandemic decimated air travel. Hotels and apartments expect to reach 90% occupancy from Holy Thursday with spring weather. Figures at Easter will almost reach the pre-pandemic level in Alicante.
The use of face masks in interiors will no longer be obligatory in most situations from April 20.