If you like the sun, friendly people, land characterized by their traditional celebrations and good food, then it’s time to visit the city of Alicante. This city, always present in many week for its beauty and tourist importance, will provide unforgettable moments in every corner. The city of Alicante is located in the community of Valencia. One of the major tourist cities in Spain, and second most visited city in Valencia.
The capital of the province, is in a fairly flat, although in some parts of its territory can be seen on the ground undulations that give beauty to all the landscapes Alicante. It is on these elevations where you can find great attractions of the city.
On the hill Benacantil, for example, boasts one of the major tourist constructions in Alicante, the Castillo de Santa Barbara. Stands out not only inside, but because when viewed from afar, on leave from all the urban environment and become one of the main symbols of the city.
Another great attraction for visitors is the Castles. Some seek to have lunch under the green landscapes of the hills of Garbinet, which acquire a special beauty in the summer.
Walking: a nice walk along the Esplanade of Spain, Playa del Postiguet and the modern port area with many cafes and bars. A few miles from downtown, connected by train, tram, together beaches of San Juan and Campello about six miles of waterfront attractive.
Castles: Castle of Santa Barbara, magnificent views of the beach Postiguet, port and urban environment.
Cathedral and other churches, heritage primarily in the Alicante town of Orihuela. However, in the city of Alicante worth visiting are Hall-Baroque palace of the eighteenth, Cathedral of St. Nicholas (XVI) Chapel Communion, Churches and monasteries alike Santa Maria Church, Monastery of Santa Faz.
Lucentum. Iberian Roman remains which are the first history of the city of Alicante.
Spain is currently located as a world leader in terms of absolute sun and beach tourism. It is difficult today to find a destination that can cast a shadow on our country. However, there are still some gaps not covered by Spanish tourism and should be enhanced.
The data of tourism in Spain are among the leading countries in tourism almost 75-80 percent of foreigners choose Spain as their first choice. However, to avoid surprises, the sector needs to promote other offers a better future: There is still room for improvement in cultural or culinary tourism, to name two examples.
These data optimistic for the future are reflected directly in the percentage of unemployed, where tourism is placed seven points below the national average. For example, travel agencies have created 5385 jobs in recent months, which are directly related to increased tourism in Spain.
But what would it take to get this reform of tourism in Spain? The experts concurred that a need for greater promotion of both the culinary products such as cultural activities that each city has to offer to tourists.
In this field are leading France and Italy, where 80% of tourists travel only to learn the cuisine of both cultural and individual cities in these countries.
To achieve this, Spain must first internal promotion, creating awareness among the Spanish residents alternatives that can provide the different regions, and then throw those offers improved and abroad.
In short, the Spanish tourism does have a hopeful future in the long run.