Alicante, Costa Blanca, Spain
All in all, Alicante is a Mediterranean city
If diversity is what you are looking for your Spanish courses in Spain, you will find plenty of it in Alicante, Costa Blanca region.
Alicante combines classicism and modernity, leisure and business, fun and studying and even the mountain and the beach.
The richness of its history is preserved through the archaeological remains dating as far back as the third millennium B.C. and on through to the later Iberians. At the beginning of our era, the Romans conferred Alicante with the rank of “city” and named it Lucentum.
The wonderful beaches and mild climate all year round make Alicante one of Spain’s most important tourist areas.
The beauty of the monuments added to the charm of the various festivities and cultural events held throughout the year increase the appeal of the city.
Alicante is an economically active and dynamic city, immersed in a process of expansion.
All in all, Alicante is a maritime city, with its beautiful beaches, its walk along the coast, its restaurants, cafés and discotheques, its nautical club and its harbour, from which boats leave for the island of Tabarca — a surfer’s paradise.