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The city of Alicante is located on the shores of the Mediterranean and it enjoys excellent communications by road, sea and air. The Alicante - Elche International Airport is very close to the city centre and it offers direct regular flight connections with over 120 different destinations in more than 20 countries.

The train station is located in the city centre, linking the capital of the Costa Blanca with the main Spanish cities with high-speed services. Very close is the metropolitan tram network, with direct connections and stops along the north coast of the province of Alicante.

The city is also a very attractive destination for cruise passengers. Alicante’s Cruise Terminal, strategically located on the seafront and opposite Santa Barbara Castle, receives more than 100.000 visitors every year.

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    The Alicante - Elche International Airport, is located 10 minutes away from the city centre and it offers direct regular flight connections with over 120 different destinations in Spain, Great Britain, Germany, The Netherlands, Norway, Belgium, Sweden, Switzerland, Denmark and Finland amongst other countries.

    Bus C-6 constantly connects the airport and the city, and there is also a local taxi network.

    For a complete list of direct flight connections from the Alicante – Elche International Airport please click on the link below: www.aena.es/es/aeropuerto-alicante/destinos.html

    Services and airport information

    Phone: +34 91 321 10 00

    How to get to Alicante from the Alicante – Elche International Airport

    C-6 Bus Alicante- Airport
    It links the airport terminal building with Alicante city centre every 20 minutes and it has stops outside the train station and other places of interest. This service runs every day.

    From the stops located in Avda. Alfonso el Sabio and Plaza de los Luceros you can easily access tram lines 1, 2, 3 and 4, taking you to San Juan beach and other tourist destinations along the Costa Blanca.

    Phone: +34 902 106 992
    Fax: +34 96 516 59 24
    Email: alcoyana.ali@subus.es
    Avda. de Denia, 155 03015 • Alicante

    Taxi companies in Alicante

    Radio Tele Taxi Alicante
    Phone: +34 965 101 611

    Taxi Área
    Tel: +34 965 91 05 91

    Euro Taxi Alicante
    Tel: +34 965 24 07 07

    Taxi companies at the Alicante – Elche International Airport

    Radiotaxi Elche
    Tel: +34 965 427 777

  • The RENFE-ADIF railway station is located in the city centre and offers daily connections with the main Spanish cities as well as some European capitals. The AVE fast train to Madrid connects the two cities in just over two hours several times a day.

    RENFE-ADIF Railway Station
    Av de Salamanca s/n Alicante
    Customer service telephone: +34 91 232 03 20

  • Alicante bus station is located along the seafront in Alicante. It has international regular connections with different destinations in Europe as well as the province of Alicante and the rest of Spain.

    Alicante bus station
    Muelle de Poniente s/n
    Phone: +34 965 13 07 00
    email: info.estacionalicante@subus.es

  • The strategic position of the city of Alicante makes it conveniently accessible by road from the interior of the peninsula as well as from along the Spanish Mediterranean coast.

  • The Alicante Tram service connects the city centre with the area of San Juan Beach and the University of Alicante. It also has stops along the north coast of the province of Alicante.

    Customer service telephone: +34 965 91 98 00
    Address: Avda. Villajoyosa, 2


    ATENDO Service (people with reduced mobility) +34 917 744 040
    The Railway Sation in Alicante has designated accesses for people with reduced mobility.


    Wheelchair users can travel on Alicante buses. Adapted buses have access ramps for people with reduced mobility and blind people can travel accompanied by their guide dogs.
    More information: https://alicante.vectalia.es

    All tram stops and tramways are adapted for people with reduced mobility and wheelchair travellers.
    Underground stations are equipped with escalators and elevators - especially designed for people with mobility problems.
    At all stops there are ramps to make it easier for people in wheelchairs to access the wagons from the platforms.