Meetings incentives events Alicante: Let Directo Spain, your DMC in Alicante show you around:
Of all Spain’s mainland provincial capitals, Alicante (Valenciano: Alacant) is the most influenced by tourism, thanks to the nearby airport and resorts, ideal for your next meetings incentives events Alicante.
Nevertheless it is a dynamic, attractive Spanish city with a castle, old quarter and long waterfront.
The eating scene is exciting and the nightlife is absolutely legendary.
Alicante count on great conference facilities where to organise your meeting incentive event Alicante. Furthermore, you can learn about his history and the art of traditional shoemaking; combine the visit to the Footwear Museum, a reference at an international level, with the outlet shops of the Spanish most recognized shoe brands, clothing and accessory; later indulge yourself in fine wines tasting and local food while enjoying extremely breathtaking views or a lovely tapas tour discovering cozy bars or amazing terraces overlooking the Mediterranean Sea.
Excellent and varied local gastronomy, industry, monuments, castles and hotels.
Alicante is also a unique destination to enjoy open air activities. Its great climate allows you to enjoy the city all year round. A multitude of leisure activities are available to combine with work sessions, so you can choose whichever best suits your interests and your clients’ tastes.
Island of Tabarca discovering
Cultural guided and theme tours
And a “Must”:
The island’s waters are officially declared a Mediterranean Marine Reserve for their excellent quality and for the biodiversity of their flora and fauna.
Tabarca is the only inhabited island in the Region of Valencia and is located opposite the city of Alicante, 11 nautical miles offshore and near the Santa Pola headland. In fact, it’s more than just an island: it’s a small archipelago that comprises the islets of La Cantera, La Galera and La Nao as well as the Isla de Tabarca itself. It is approximately 1,800 metres long and measures some 400 metres across at its widest point.
Once on the island, visitors can enjoy the coves and beaches with their crystal-clear waters and a picturesque fishing port with excellent eateries offering the opportunity to try the traditional “caldero”, the island’s typical dish. We recommend a stroll through the town and a visit to the island’s museum.
Visitors can now even enjoy an overnight stay on the island, thanks to the recent opening of accommodation.
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