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.
In short sleeves and on the beach, at least the bravest. The people of Alicante and visitors will say goodbye to 2022 with more than pleasant temperatures, inappropriate for these dates, which will exceed twenty degrees
Last month was the hottest October in Spain since records began in 1961, with an average temperature of 18ºC.
It beat the previous record, from October 2017, by 0.8ºC, according to state weather agency Aemet.
The figure was 3.6ºC higher than the average for the period of reference (1981-2010).
The organization of Benidorm Fest 2023 will put 1,000 tickets on sale so that eurofans can attend as a public. Tickets for Benidorm Fest 2023 will go on sale from November 7, when tickets for the first semifinal will be offered from 12:00 noon on the website datosatualcance.com. Four days later, on November 11, tickets will be available for the second semifinal of Benidorm Fest 2023 at the same time. While tickets for the Benidorm Fest 2023 grand finale will go on sale on November 14.
Climatology confirms that the hottest season of the year already invades part of spring and autumn on the Costa Blanca. Five months of summer in Alicante and Benidorm, and stretches the tourist season. The Mediterranean Sea continues with unusually high temperatures, with values ranging between 22-24 ºC.
The “Beer Festival” will take place until October 16 in La Nucia. The event, the oldest in Spain, will distribute 20,000 liters of beer
Foreign tourists (six million) who have visited the Costa Blanca this summer have been satisfied or very satisfied, 55% say they intend to return in the next 12 months, according to the 2022 Visitor Satisfaction Survey
SOME Covid-19 paperwork checks at Spain’s borders were eliminated this week.
The ministry for health noted that with effect from Tuesday it was no longer necessary for travellers from non-EU countries to fill in the form at the Spain Travel Health (SpTH) website when they enter the country by air or sea.
The decision has been taken due to the ‘evolution of the pandemic around the world’ and to ‘facilitate international travel’.
The Alicante-Elche Miguel Hernández airport will close August with 1,800 flights that strengthen the recovery of international tourism after the pandemic, since the terminal already reaches 90% of the operations it had before the outbreak of the health crisis despite the fact that this summer there are no flights with Russia (they moved 200,000 passengers a year) or with Ukraine due to the war in Eastern Europe.