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Alicante Airport (ALC) (also called Alicante-El Altet) lies five miles south-west of the town. The area is a jumping-off point for the Costa Blanca with its seaside resorts, and more than 120 miles of coastline studded with attractive villages – but there are also thriving cities like Murcia. Water parks, castles, sandy beaches and stunning landscapes are all on offer. Accommodation here is plentiful; from luxury seafront hotels to rural B&Bs. AirportCars can arrange an Alicante Airport transfer to all these locations and more.

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Accommodation options near Alicante Airport

Organise your Alicante Airport transfer to or from a local hotel before travelling:

  • The ibis Alicante Hotel is 3.5 miles away, so Alicante Airport transfers take minutes. It’s budget-friendly with a ‘very good’ TripAdvisor score, is handy for the motorway and faces the Mediterranean.
  • Hotel La City Estacion is near the main train station and other town-centre amenities. Based six miles from the airport, it’s a 10-15 minute hop. Expect a comfortable, three-star venue in a bustling location.
  • The AC Hotel Alicante is a similar distance away. With four stars, it scores ‘very good’ on TripAdvisor. It’s modern, and again near central Alicante. It has a pool, while some rooms have ocean views.

Travelling on from Alicante to another airport?

  • Murcia-San Javier Airport is 45 miles away, so you’ll be comfortably there within an hour and a quarter
  • Almeria Airport is further south and you’ll need to allow two hours 45 minutes for your 170-mile Alicante Airport transfer
  • Valencia Airport lies 110 miles north – expect the journey to take just under two hours
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Popular towns and resorts near Alicante Airport

  • Torrevieja is less than 30 miles down the coast, meaning an Alicante Airport transfer within 45 minutes. Known for its resorts and beaches, its attractions include the Museum of Sea and Salt and the trails of a nearby nature park. The picturesque town square offers many pleasant outdoor cafes – or enjoy a boat trip from the harbour.
  • Benidorm sits some 35 miles north-east – travel the coast road here within 40 minutes. The resort is famous for its sandy bays and high-rise hotels. There’s outstanding nightlife, while a rocky promontory offers splendid views. Stroll the Old Town streets by the castle – or take a boat trip to Peacock Island.
  • Villajoyosa is just south of Benidorm, so expect a similar Alicante Airport transfer time. With a port and fish market, its old town features hundreds of colourful houses where fishermen once lived, within the medieval walls.
  • Denia is located 65-odd miles up the coast. Its rich history means Romans, Muslims and Christians have all had an influence. The castle houses the fascinating Archaeological Museum and offers panoramic views over the bay. There are dune beaches, a market and some great walks up Mount Montgo.
  • Murcia is less than 50 miles southwest and inland, with a journey time of under an hour by fast road. There’s heaps to do in this university city, from visiting Santa Maria Cathedral to sampling tapas on the Plaza de las Flores. There’s all the buzz of a large urban centre, steeped in history and beautiful architecture everywhere.
  • Altea lies 35 miles north, or a 45-minute trip. Admire the whitewashed houses of the old town, festooned with flowers. Other highlights include exotic gardens and wonderful views, not to mention the rugged landscapes of the Parque Natural Serra Gelada.
Places to go near Alicante Airport
  1. Santa Bárbara Castle lies 15 miles north of the airport on Mount Benacantil. This spectacular fortress is reachable within 30 minutes by Alicante Airport Transfer. It dates back to the ninth century and Muslim rule. There are lifts, guided tours, refreshments – and gorgeous views.
  2. Aqualandia is 40-odd miles north up the coast near Benidorm, and you can be there within an hour. Expect chutes and slides everyone will love, plus a lazy river. Aqualandia is twinned with the neighbouring marine park Mundomar.
  3. Parque El Palmeral is six miles north – an Alicante Airport transfer can have you there in under 15 minutes. Offering a peaceful setting, it’s a lovely park full of palm trees, hibiscus and water features. Take a book and stay a while!
  4. Santa Faz Monastery is 20 minutes away, being some 14 miles from the airport. The baroque-style monastery has a pyramid-shaped dome and is home to a piece of the veil said to have been used to wipe Jesus’ face on the cross.
  5. Guadalest Valley is within 50 miles and an hour’s Alicante Airport transfer. Here you’ll find a picturesque village, castle and astonishing scenery. The valley has a turquoise lake, and is ideal if you fancy a change from the beach.
  6. Canelobre Caves are at Busot, 25 miles north via a 40-minute scenic trip. Take a guided tour of these caves in the side of the mountain and see stalactites and stalagmites, illuminated by coloured lighting displays.
Further key information about Alicante Airport

You’ll find disabled loos with all standard facilities. Equally the airport complies with EU law in assisting passengers with reduced mobility or other disabilities. There are meeting points throughout the airport for accessing this support, just outside and on both levels of the main terminal building. Book whatever help you need with your airline a good two days before flying.

Spanish airport operator AENA has a chat service for those with a hearing loss. For any other special help you need, contact your airline pre-departure.

Alicante Airport
03195 L’Altet

Tel: (+34) 91 321 10 00