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Alicante, better known as the seaport for many centuries in the history of Spain. It is centrally located on the Mediterranean coast, the city’s air always remains pervaded with the sea-smell. On the flip side, such an advantageous location of Alicante has made it one of the best seaport cities in Spain. The city has long promenades paved with black, red, and cream marble stones. They presumably resemble the waves of the Mediterranean Sea. You will be happy to know that Alicante has one of the most beautiful seafront promenades of Spain called Paseo de la Explanada.

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Alicante city 

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Alicante city 

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History

Alicante has a long history of inhabitation nearly 7000 years, it means the trace of the human race here can be found even in the pre historical area. Around 5000 to 3000 BC, some tribes from the Central Europe were believed to be settled on the slopes of the mountain Benacantil. The location was closer to the Mediterranean Sea while it actually offered security from the invaders due to the height of the location.Alicante has a very long history of wars spread over the centuries. It was the 19th century when Alicante began to prosper with the introduction of the railway here and linking it with the other major cities of the peninsula. The province of Alicante is now the second largest region of the Valencian Autonomous Community with the airport at EI Altet.

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Population

According to an estimate of 2014, the city had a population of 332,067 which 15% were foreigners from the countries like UK, Ecuador, Colombia and the Argentina and had settled here for the last 20 years or so.

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Climate

The city has a mild winter and hot summer with scanty rain. The average rainfall here is 311 mm per year. September and October are the wettest months here. The crux is that Alicante experiences floods despite having a scanty rainfall in view of the torrential rain up to 200 mm within 24 hours. This is truly an astounding feature of the Mother Nature there in the city. More about the climate

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Don Carlos Alicante
 Don Carlos Alicante

Calle General Primo de Rivera 12, 03002 Alicante, Spain

+34 622 16 36 59

http://www.doncarlosalicante.com

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Nou Manolin
 Nou Manolin

Calle Villegas 3, 03001 Alicante, Spain

+34 965 20 03 68

http://www.noumanolin.com

Mediterranean,

La Taberna del Gourmet
 La Taberna del Gourmet

Calle San Fernando 10, 03002 Alicante, Spain

+34 965204233

http://latabernadelgourmet.com

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