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About Alicante
Alicante is a city in south east Spain and the capital of the province of Alicante.

There are many places to visit here including the Santa Barbara castle which is one of Spain's largest medieval fortresses, providing great views of Alicante's bay. Also, the San Nicolas Co-Cathedral, Santa Maria Basilica, Alicante Theatre and Las Agustina's Convent.

There are also many museums in the area including the Archaeological, Fine Arts, Festival and Bullfighting museums.

City walks information can be found at the Tourist Information office.

Golf and a variety of watersports are available here.

Alicante has a huge range of shopping opportunities from upscale clothing stores to smaller boutiques where you can purchase leather goods, shoes, bags and accessories. Dolls, rugs, wicker items and traditional pottery also make good gifts.

El Postiguet beach is in the city, at the foot of Santa Barbara castle and alongside the port and the Esplanade. It is a popular and well known attraction.

Alicante's cuisine is typically Mediterranean. Rice plays a leading role in a variety of recipes. Seafood too is very important. Cured salted fish is used as the main ingredient for making many types of "salazones" featuring products such as roe, tuna belly and herring, which are served as appetisers.
Cruise Terminal
Ships dock at the Alicante Cruise Terminal, not far from the centre of town. Smaller ships may dock within walking distance of the port gates however, there are shuttle buses available to the city centre.

The bus station is located on the seafront, not far from the port.
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Cruise Ships Docking In The Port Of Alicante

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