Flights to Alicante

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Last minute flights to Alicante

Departure Tue, 24 Jul Return Thu, 26 Jul
STN London
ALC Alicante
return from £117
Departure Fri, 20 Jul Return Thu, 02 Aug
LPL Liverpool
ALC Alicante
return from £129
Departure Fri, 03 Aug Return Fri, 10 Aug
BHX Birmingham
ALC Alicante
return from £84
Departure Sun, 15 Jul Return Mon, 23 Jul
BRS Bristol
ALC Alicante
return from £100
Popular flight routes to Alicante
London - Alicante
return from £157
Liverpool - Alicante
return from £137
Manchester - Alicante
return from £160
Birmingham - Alicante
return from £94
Bristol - Alicante
return from £138

Trips to Alicante

Alicante travel

The city of Alicante is the capital of a province of the same name. It is one of the most popular tourist locations in Spain and has a vintage aura surrounding it, with old, mysterious architecture now comprising a contemporary twist. The city boasts a castle atop Mount Benacantil named Santa Bárbara Castle, which is open to the public. Another interesting place is the Archaeological Museum of Alicante which exhibits artwork from 100,000 years ago to the early 20th century. Alicante has been under a lot of religious and political influence so you'll find many castles, cathedrals, and monasteries here, all prime examples of impressive architecture. Check out our offers flight + hotel to Alicante!

Things to do and places to see in Alicante

A trip to Alicante might feel like a trip to the time of knights and warriors due to defence towers, castles and old, tall structures that create a historic air. For those into the old architecture of Muslim or Monastic influence, and for those into European history, Alicante will be satisfaction for the soul. The city holds several festivals throughout the year. Most importantly the Bonfires of Saint John followed by seven nights of firework competitions during the week after the summer solstice. Enchanting in the daytime, Alicante can also create magical at night.

When in the city, do not forget to:

  • Go see Icarus in Alicante Marina!
  • Take a trip to the medieval world and back again at the Archaeological Museum of Alicante
  • Get absorbed in gothic architecture at the Basilica of Santa Maria
  • Visit the ruins of the Roman city Lucentum in El Tossal de Manises
  • Explore Castillo de Santa Barbara and take the serene route through Parque de la Ereta on your return journey
  • Take a stroll on the famous Spanish promenade Explanada de España
  • Eat out at Cantina Villahelmy, known for its ultra-unique, funky and creepy atmosphere.
  • Go dancing in the old building at Desafinado to experience the Alicante nightlife
  • Take in the waves at Playa del Postiguet, Alicante's city beach or Playa de San Juan
  • Go shopping at Mercado Central which has more than just commodities to offer
Alicante

Alicante airports

The city has a lot of tourists coming in from around the world, especially from the UK, Germany and the Netherlands. All flights to Alicante come in at the Alicante Airport, also called the Alicante -Elche Airport. It is ranked as the sixth busiest airport in Spain based on the passenger traffic, and one of the 50 busiest airports in the whole of Europe.

  • Alicante Airport

    Top airlines

    The top carriers for the airport are Ryanair, Norwegian Air International, and Vueling. Cheap flights to Alicante are provided by Jet2.com

    Location

    Located in Elche Municipality, this airport is nine miles southwest of Alicante.

    Transport options

    You can navigate to and from the airport by bus, taxi or private car. Take the road N-338 if you're coming by car which connects to the airport, or take the Alicante - Alicante Airport bus route. Taxis are available at a fare of around $19 to $23 to and from Alicante. There is no connecting train service at the moment.

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