Alicante self catering Holiday Apartments - the best way to discover the booming nightlife, historic buildings and deep blue sea of Alicante
Known for its beautiful promenades as well as its historic buildings, Alicante is a city where everyone can find something to enjoy. People renting Alicante apartments tend to travel to Alicante to enjoy the sea in some way, and the Marina remains for many people the central focus of the town. There are plenty of cafes and bars here, many of them very luxurious, and expensive yachts tend to be tied up on shore nearby. Visitors can also take a boat trip from here to see marvellous views of the city and the Castle of Santa Barbara from the ocean. Another wonderful European city break location that is starting to gain in popularity is Montepellier Apartments.
Rent Alicante Accommodation and sample the delights of the city of Alicante
Nightlife, as in much of Spain, is lively and lasts all night. Exploring the bars and clubs in the city could take months, and one of the best ways to find the liveliest locations is to enquire at local hotels. Many of these are a good source of vouchers for clubs, and also tend to offer discounts to people looking to party. The cuisine in the area is also very good, and Alicante offers a host of fine restaurants. For people who are more culturally inclined, there is a host of historical and artistic attractions in Alicante. At the Museo Tourino, visitors to Alicante holiday rentals can explore the history and culture of bullfighting, which has been so much a part of Spanish life for centuries. The Museum of Archaeology lets visitors experience the history of the region stretching back thousands of years, while art lovers should visit the Mubag Gravina Fine Arts Museum.
One of the things for which the city is most famous is the number of promenades and parks it has. People staying in Alicante holiday rentals will want to enjoy a stroll along La Explanada de España, seen by many locals as the heart of the city. This very elegant boulevard, which surrounds the marina, is decorated by patterned swirls of red, black and cream tiles - around 6.6 million in total. Designed by architect José Guardiola Picó in 1867, it was intended to be the perfect place to enjooy the Spanish tradition of a 'paseo', or evening stroll. There is so much to do in this Spanish seaside city. Whether a visitor to Alicante holiday rentals wants to party all night, sit on the beach or pursue their interest in archaeology, they can do it here.
What are the most popular accommodations in the area?
The most booked accommodations in Alicante are apartment rental and houseboat rental. We search from more than 85 accommodations in Alicante to help you find the perfect place to stay during your trip.
How much does it cost to stay the night?
With Casamundo, you will find vacation rentals starting from €48 in Alicante. On average, accommodations in Alicante will have a size of 250 m² (Houseboat rental) and 62 m² (Apartment rental).
Do you offer pet-friendly apartment rental in Alicante?
If you are traveling with your pet, we have the perfect solution: Apartment rental are the most pet-friendly accommodations in Alicante. On average a pet-friendly rental costs €109 per night.
Do you offer accommodations for traveling with a group?
For your vacation in Alicante, we do offer accommodations for groups. The typical apartment rental has space for 3 guests.