5 arguments to choose Alicante as DMC destination
This beautiful city in the popular “Costa Blanca” has become a rising destination in Spain. You only need 5 reasons to choose Alicante for your next business travel. Guess why?
- Good value for money
- Beautiful beaches
- Cultural City
- Mild climate & sunny all year around
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Rich, cultural history
Alicante is a city with over 3000 years of history, as revealed by the earliest archaeological remains found at the Cova del Fum cave in Fontcalent, which date from the third millennium BC.The earliest inhabited settlements were found on the hillside of Mount Benacantil, where there is believed to have been an Iberian population.
Alicante is one of the fastest-growing cities in Spain. The local economy is based upon tourism in the beaches from Costa Blanca and particularly the second residence construction boom which started in the 1960s and reinvigorated again by the late 1990s. Services and public administration also play a major role in the city’s economy.
The city has regular ferry services to the Balearic Islands and Algeria, and an international airport is nearby, served by Iberia and other airlines.
Tours for incentive groups
Alicante is not only a great destination for incentive travel. It’s also a city that’s worth to explore. Here you will find some of activities your group can do.
Alicante panoramic tour
We will ascend by bus until Santa Bárbara Castle. The hillside of the Monte Benacantil is the site of a huge fortress that possesses three different defensive rings. The highest one is where the oldest remains are, including Iberian, Roman and Moorish. The middle one, houses buildings from the XVI century and the last part was built in the XVIII century which is the defensive part of the fortress.
Walking tour around the city
We will walk around the most charming places in Alicante, to get to know the past of this place, as well as to simply enjoy the views and the visit together.
Excursions near Alicante
Bike Tour & Excursions Alicante area
Even if you haven’t ridden a bike for decades, the thrill of gliding downhill for nearly 24 miles is an experience to ensure the most memorable day out of your visit to the Costa Blanca.
Excursion to Altea
From the “punta del Mascarat” set in a bay, Altea has found a nook between the sea and the mountains, granting an almost symbolic image of the Costa Blanca. With the blue and white dome of its Parochial Church, the municipality spreads down to the Mediterranean Sea. Small and beautiful coves and beaches extend along a littoral riddled with the same captivating white charm held by the town itself.
Excursion to Guadalest
In this excursion we will visit the little town of Guadalest, which is the most visited town in Spain. We will ascend by coach between pine and medlar trees until arrive to Guadalest. Guadalest is located on a hilltop, with houses built into the rocks themselves, commands a fine view of a picturesque valley in the interior of Alicante province on the Costa Blanca, with a river running through it, harnessed by the Guadalest dam, built long ago.