Alicante/Alacant is without doubt one of the jewels of the Mediterranean. You can participate in a whole host of nautical activities here: boat trips, water sports or just enjoy a day at the beach at San Juan or Postiguet. What are you waiting for? The Mediterranean awaits you!

However, Alicante/Alacant has more to offer. The city has a range of cultural and artistic heritage on offer. Like the Castle of Santa Bárbara, located on Mount Benacantil, offering panoramic views of the Bay of Alicante. Make sure your camera is at the ready!

A stroll along the Explanada de España, with its mosaics, Casa Carbonell and the sea in the background is a must. Its majestic Plaza del Ayuntamiento, the Basilica of Santa María, the Co-Cathedral of San Nicolás, the hermitages of Santa Cruz and San Roque are just a few of the architectural treasures you cannot miss out on.

Travelling by train to Alicante/Alacant is the fastest, most comfortable and sustainable option. The city has something for everybody, meaning it doesn't matter whether you are travelling alone, with your family, children or with friends. What's more, it always offers the best price.At Avlo, we like to make things easy for you.



Alicante/Alacant Terminal central station in the city centre is open from 5:30 a.m. to 11:50 p.m. and offers a range of services:

  • Ticket sale
  • Shopping area
  • Car hire
  • Taxi rank
  • Connections to other commuter train and bus lines
  • Adapted for people with reduced mobility
  • Car park 


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  • The Barrio de Santa Cruz is adorned with flowers and ornaments by local residents during Holy Week and to celebrate the festivity of Las Cruces in May, although this colourful old quarter is beautiful all year round.
  • If you are a fan of an evening drink, visit Calle Castaño , the bar area par excellence.
  • Central Market. The Central Market, inspired by Modernist architecture, is home to countless stalls where you can sample the best local products. Make sure not to miss out!
  • Alicante also offers an insight into the Civil War at its anti-aircraft shelters and the Anti-Aircraft Shelters Interpretation Centre.
  • Visit Tabarca Island, the only inhabited island in the Valencian Community.
  • On the tails of Christian Andersen. The Danish author fell in love with the city of Alicante, in fact, he describes it in one of his books, "In Spain". Why not trace the route taken by the author, starting from the train station?