Boat Tours – Alicante

The sun and the sea, it’s what attracts so many to come and visit the resorts of the Mediterranean. Alicante is no different, so once settled and you’ve had some beach time head out on a boat tour. It’s the sightseeing cruise that’ll give you a different view of this popular resort. Look there’s Santa Barbara perched on the hill, the city and beaches gleaming, teaming with holidaymakers. Enjoy the land, but make sure to head out to sea. An Alicante boat trip is a great way to add a tour to your holiday.
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Getting around Alicante: If you are looking to get around Alicante then your best bet is to walk. The city isn’t very large and not very hilly, so walking is easy. And also, you’ll get to see the architecture and all the sides streets. There are trams you can take, which add variety to your exploring. There are six tram lines, and tickets are reasonable for a single journey.

Best things to do: The port city is mainly known for its beaches and lively nightlife. Look beyond those factors and you have some good attractions to see and appreciate. The Santa Barbara Castle is an ancient fortress, and Explanada de Espana is a seaside walk with palm trees and mosaics. For some art, you should visit the MACA Contemporary Art Museum of Alicante and the cathedral Santa Iglesia Concatedral de San.

When you should go to Alicante: Summers are the busiest time of year to visit, but you can actually visit at any time of the year. It has mild temperatures and not very many days of rain. In fact, it's only around 20 days per year. It just depends if you want it to be busy or quiet.

• We’re not asking you to count all the palm trees or mosaics unless you have a spare few days for it! The Explanada de Espana promenade in Alicante is lined by 400 palm trees, and 6.6 million red, black and cream marble tiles. The pattern creates a wavy form as you walk over them. It’s quite the sight and well worth walking down.

• Did you know that rice is grown in Alicante? The fields near the destination produce around 115,000 tons each year. One reason why rice is a staple of the local cuisine.

• Another famous Spanish food is tapas. Some say sat tapas started in Alicante when passers-by were given food on crusty bread to go with the wine or beer.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Q: Dinner and a cruise?

    You will find there are several Alicante lunch and dinner cruise options available. Check the individual tour details for the menu and the options available.

  • Q: Do Alicante Boat Cruises offer free Wi-Fi onboard?

    We realise you want to capture those destination hotspots on your tour. Many operators do offer free Wi-Fi on board, but you will need to check with the individual operator.

  • Q: Do Alicante Boat Cruises run throughout the year?

    Yes, but be aware that there is a high season (June to September) and Low Season (November to March). Check the tour details for timings.

  • Q: Can you give me some alternative tours to your cruise and boat tours?

    Alicante is a region full of attractions and experiences to enjoy and immerse in. Check out our Alicante tours by visiting isango.com

  • Q: What is the duration of the Alicante Boat Tour?

    Each tour is different, but in general, they will have a duration between 1 to 2 hours. Make sure to check the specific tour for timings.

  • Q: What time do Alicante Boat Tours operate?

    Boat tours will run at different times of the day, especially if you are booked on a lunch or dinner cruise. Make sure to check the tour details for a full listing of times.

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