Student accommodation in shared flat for your stay abroad learning Spanish in Alicante
Situation of the accommodation
The city of Alicante runs lengthwise along the coast, gradually moving inland, with neighbourhoods such as San Blas and San Blas Alto or the Altozano quarter to the West; the Benalúa or Babel quarters to the South, or the San Antón and Carolinas quarters to the North, among others. Thus, the city forms a kind of semicircle facing the sea.
Alicante City Map
Since the school of Spanish is located in the center of the city, this urban organization means the accommodations are usually around 30-35 minutes from the school on foot. If you do not like walking, all the quarters of the city are connected to the center by urban buses running every 10-15 minutes.
You can see where your accommodation is located in the street directory of Alicante.
High season and low season in Alicante
As you already know, all the cities and villages of the Spanish Mediterranean coast have visitors from many different Spanish and European cities, especially during the festivities and the summer.
That is why the accommodation prices change depending on the season in which you come.
There may be different prices for High or Low Season.
In general, the High Season includes the months of June, July, August and September, in addition to the Easter and Carnival holidays.