Classic flavors such as vanilla, chocolate or strawberry are popular among national tourists and milk frosting is the “queen” of summer | An ice cream parlor sells an average of 3,500 scoops of ice cream per day.
The After Eight, that is to say, the mint with pieces of chocolate, is the flavor that the British like the most, a flavor that is not liked by the majority of Spaniards who opt for more classic flavors.
On the Costa Blanca, tourists of international origin represent 52.3% of the total, compared to 47.7% nationally. After the Spanish market, the most prominent nationalities are British (16.1%), Belgian (6.9%), Dutch (3.6%), Norwegian (3.5%), French and German (3%) . The next most representative, located between 2% and 1%, have been the Irish, Swedish, Icelandic, Italian and Polish.
There is a lot to offer on a trip to Moraira. One of the sights of the coastal town, the castle, is seen by many only from the outside. The interior of the Castillo tells interesting stories from the past of the Costa Blanca. Teulada-Moraira – Tourists are strolling around Moraira’s castle on the Costa Blanca, taking selfies, looking at the sea and the Ampolla beach.
The tourist campaigns carried out by the Altea City Council at fairs “and through the dissemination of advertising spots on social networks and in almost all Post Offices, in addition to journalistic reports and that in the 2019-2020 biennium it was the cultural capital of the Valencian Community, have influenced so that the hotel occupancy reserves for this Holy Week touch one hundred percent “
Color and good weather will be the stars this weekend in Benidorm. The celebration of Las Fallas and the festival of Saint Patrick will make the tourist capital raise its occupancy to a minimum of 85% on these days. Thus, the city will live a festive weekend in which the green and the shades of the Josephine monuments will be a claim for tourists and visitors who will sign another weekend of almost full tourist.
For the next week, the weather conditions are expected to change drastically again, as temperatures are expected to rise significantly. In fact, temperatures are expected to reach 28 degrees in some parts of the province, which would be a notable change compared to the low temperatures recorded in previous days, closer to the values typical of spring.
National Geographic magazine has published a list of the most beautiful towns in Spain that “deserve a trip in 2023” and two of them are in the province of Alicante, specifically in Marina Baixa. These are two common towns in this type of listing: Guadalest and Altea.
The Alicante airport has been the 66th best valued aerodrome in the world in 2022 but has lost 5 places since 2019 due to the stoppage it suffered due to the covid. Alicante-Elche appears in 66th place among the best airports in the world in the 2022 Airhelp ranking.