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Discover Alicante in a unique and exciting way with our Tourist Tour

Our Vintage Tour will take you on an unforgettable journey through the most fascinating corners of the city. Book your adventure today and get ready to immerse yourself in the magic of Alicante aboard Ashley or Marilyn.

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Tourist Tour Itinerary

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Plaza de los Luceros
The monument dedicated to the Luceros is an obelisk surrounded by 4 female figures linked to the shining stars. A real gem that makes you feel connected to the cosmos.
Central Market
The Central Market of Alicante is a feast for the senses, with a wide variety of fresh and local products, don’t forget to try the authentic nougat from Alicante and Jijona!
Plaza de Toros - Bullring
Of neo-Mudejar style, the bullring of Alicante has a capacity for 15,235 spectators, and is used for bullfighting events as well as concerts and other shows.
Monument to the bulls
Excellent artistic representation of the running of the bulls, an emblematic activity of bullfighting. The monument captures the energy and emotion of the running of the bulls with great precision.
Plaza 25 de mayo
This square is named after the day of the bombing of Alicante during the Civil War. Currently it is an area especially dedicated to the sale of floral decorations.
Plaza Portal de Elche
Surrounded by four huge Ficus macrophylla, the Plaza Portal de Elche is an island in the middle of the city, crowned with its emblematic kiosk.
Plaza Gabriel Miró
Did you know that in the past the sea used to reach here? That is why this square was known as “Plaza de las Barcas”.
Canalejas Monument
The work, created in stone and bronze, represents the values that Canalejas defended, such as justice, law and progress.
Canalejas Promenade
Do you want to enjoy a pleasant stroll in front of the Mediterranean Sea? This place overflowing with vegetation is perfect for immersing yourself in the lively atmosphere of the city.
Leisure Port
If you like adventure and freedom, you will fall in love with the beautiful yachts and sailboats that you will see in the Marina, a space where worries fade away.
Luz de las Estrellas Promenade
Enjoy a magical atmosphere as you walk along the Luz de las Estrellas promenade, remembering the most representative figures of Spanish cinema.
Mediterranean Casino
An oasis of modernity and entertainment by the sea. The Mediterranean Casino offers you an elegant and sophisticated atmosphere to spend a fun and exciting evening.
Meliá Hotel
The best known and most valued accommodation experience for visitors, with direct access to the Postiguet beach, in the heart of the tourist area.
Views of the Benacantil Mountain and Santa Bárbara Castle
At the top of the Benacantil Mountain stands the imposing Santa Barbara Castle, a fortress that stands as a symbol of Alicante’s history and heritage.
The Ocean Race (FIRST STOP 15 min) - Time to take pictures!
This is the starting point of the Round the World Yacht Race, also known as The Ocean Race. One of the most prestigious and challenging regattas on the planet.
Volado Promenade
Adorned with canopies inspired by the wings of albatrosses, the Volado Promenade is a spectacular place to enjoy the views, the sea and good company.
Puerta del Mar Square
Puerta del Mar is known for its lively and bustling atmosphere, especially during evenings and weekends.
Postiguet Beach
With its relaxed atmosphere, Postiguet Beach is one of the most emblematic of the city of Alicante. A beautiful urban beach of fine sand and calm waters.
Chamber of Commerce
Among the main functions of the Chamber of Commerce are the provision of advisory services to entrepreneurs and collaboration in innovation projects.
Casa Carbonell
The most emblematic historic building in Alicante. Its design reflects the modernist style of the early twentieth century, combined with eclectic influences, among others.
Explanada de España
Strolling along the Explanada de España is a must if you want to say you’ve been to Alicante. A large area paved with marble mosaics and huge palm trees.
Concha de la Explanada Auditorium
The curved shape and undulating roof of the La Concha Auditorium give it a distinctive and elegant look that blends in perfectly with the waterfront setting.
Bus Station
An essential infrastructure for Alicante, which is looking for a new and definitive location.
El Palmeral Park (SECOND STOP 15 min) - Time to take pictures!
Meandering paths and charming corners by the sea. Explore the natural beauty of El Palmeral Park with its unique landscape design.
EUIPO
EUIPO is the tireless defender of trademark, model and design rights, making sure that no one steals the brilliant ideas of the citizens of the European Union.
Canal Desalination Plant
Welcome to the water factory! Desalination plants are the step into the future of drinking water supply.
El Saladar/Urbanova Beach (THIRD STOP 15 min) - Time to take pictures!
Time to take pictures on the beach and spend some nice and quiet moments enjoying the Mare Nostrum, which is how the Romans named the Mediterranean Sea.
Ciudad de la Luz (access not included)
Ciudad de la Luz is an impressive audiovisual complex where film stars find their home to create masterpieces.
Old Lighthouse of the Port of Alicante
A silent witness to Alicante’s maritime history, the iconic Port Lighthouse is a symbol of innovation and excellence that now looks imposing in its new location.
Casa Mediterráneo
A place of cultural character born from an old train station.
Port of Alicante (access not included)
The Port of Alicante is a commercial enclave with centuries of tradition and modernity, converted today into a competitive and efficient logistic port in the world maritime panorama.
Arniches Theater
After the Teatro Principal of Alicante, the Arniches Theater is undoubtedly the second stage institution of the city. In addition to theatrical performances, it also hosts music concerts and congresses.
Plaza de la Estrella
After several locations and a restoration, Eusebio Sempere’s moving sculpture “Like a star” has found its definitive home in this busy square.
Train Station
In the vibrant heart of Alicante, the train station is a place of mixed emotions, where the joy of arrival is intertwined with the inevitable melancholy of farewell.
Alicante Provincial Council
The Alicante Provincial Council is an architectural jewel that stands out for its elegant ornamental details and large windows, giving an idea of the importance of the institution it houses.

Tour Prices

Tourist Tour
(from 4 to 7 people)
45€per person
  • 2 hour tour
  • More than 30 locations
  • Stops at 3 key locations
  • Professional driver*
  • 1970's vehicle
  • 10 € reservation fee per person

*Remember that in our Tourist Vintage Tour we do entertainment routes, so we have information about the places we are going to visit; however, the presence of a tour guide is not included.

Alicante and its essence

The origin

It is believed that the name Alicante comes from the Arabic “Al-Laqant”, which means “the white city”. This name refers to the abundant sunlight that the city receives with more than 300 days of sunshine a year.

Moors and Christians festival

Did you know that Alicante celebrates one of the most exciting and colorful festivals in Spain? During the Moors and Christians Festival, the streets overflow with parades, music and shows commemorating the Reconquest, it’s like traveling back in time to the medieval period!

Bonfires of San Juan

In June, Alicante is once again filled with color and fireworks during the Bonfires of San Juan. The different neighborhoods of the city build huge papier-mache and wooden monuments, known as “hogueras” or “ninots”. On the night of June 20, these ninots are mounted in the streets in an act called “La Plantà”, officially starting the festivities.

The Cremá

After several days of feast, the culmination of the Bonfires of San Juan comes on the night of June 24, when the ninots go up in flames in a spectacle of light and fire. It is an exciting and symbolic moment called “La Cremà”, which marks the end of the festivities and the beginning of summer. But not all of them burn… Before La Cremà there is an exhibition of “ninots” in which the public can vote for their favorites. The most voted “ninot” is saved from the burning being pardoned; keeping them preserved forever in the Museum of Fogueres.

Opciones de pago

Aceptamos pagos con tarjeta de crédito para el abono de la reserva. El importe restante se abonará en efectivo el día del tour.

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  • It is not allowed to travel with pets such as dogs, cats or other animals.

Plaza de los Luceros

Tour Vintage - Luceros

The Plaza de los Luceros is the most emblematic square in Alicante and a very popular meeting point, especially during important events such as the Hogueras de San Juan festivities, where activities such as La Mascletá, a pyrotechnic show consisting of a series of controlled explosions of fireworks that create a characteristic rhythm: a sequence of intense and rhythmic sounds, with the aim of generating a striking auditory effect, take place. The Mascletá is carried out daily at 2:00 pm, during the Bonfires of San Juan.

In the center of the square stands the monument dedicated to the Luceros, a work of the Alicante sculptor Daniel Bañuls inaugurated in 1931 and whose symbols seem to allude to the firmament. At its base are four majestic horses, while in the center is an obelisk surrounded by four female figures, the Hesperides, linked to the bright stars. This sculptural ensemble, made with a mixture of marble sand and white cement, is a real jewel that makes you feel connected with the cosmos.

Under this square runs the so-called TRAM, a streetcar system that connects different areas of the city of Alicante and its surroundings, offering efficient and accessible public transport for residents and visitors.

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Mercado central

Mercado Central

The Alicante Central Market, an eclectic style building with Valencian modernist ornaments, designed by architect Francisco Fajardo Guardiola and completed by Juan Vidal Ramos in 1922, its impressive iron and glass dome will transport you to another era while you enjoy the local flavors!

The Central Market of Alicante is a feast for the senses. And if you like nougat, then you have to try the authentic nougat from Alicante and Jijona!

It is believed that turron has its origins in the Iberian Peninsula during the time of Al-Andalus, when Spain was under Muslim rule. The Arabs brought with them a recipe similar to what we know today as nougat, which consisted of a mixture of honey, almonds and spices. This delicacy was known as "al-turun" in Arabic, which means "sweet".

Jijona nougat, known as "soft nougat", stands out for its soft texture, while Alicante nougat, also called "hard nougat", is characterized by a firmer consistency.

However, this building also holds tragic memories for the people of Alicante. On May 25, 1938, during the Spanish Civil War, Alicante's Central Market was bombed by Italian planes. According to historical records, the bombing occurred at 11:18 a.m., during the market's busiest time. Several bombs hit the center of Alicante, causing the death of about 311 people. This event left a deep mark in the collective memory of the city.

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Plaza de toros

Plaza de toros de Alicante

The construction of the bullring was built in 1848 by Emilio Jovery and has undergone several remodeling and improvements throughout its history to adapt to today's standards of safety and comfort. It is a neo-Mudejar style building, characterized by its horseshoe arches and its ornamentation of ceramic tiles and bricks, which give it a distinctive and picturesque appearance.

The Plaza de Toros de Alicante has a capacity for 15,235 spectators, and is used for bullfighting events as well as for concerts and other shows.

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Monumento a los toros

Tour Vintge Alicante - Monumento a los toros

Monument by Ignacio Martín, in homage to the bulls. It represents a running of the bulls and is made in life-size bronze, which gives the monument a sense of solidity and permanence, reflecting the importance of this tradition in Spanish culture.

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Plaza 25 de mayo

Plaza 25 mayo

To our right is the Plaza 25 de Mayo, adorned with a sculpture dedicated to Gastón Castelló, an Alicante painter born in 1901. It is also an area especially dedicated to the sale of floral decorations.

The square is named after the day of the bombing during the Civil War.

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Plaza Portal de Elche

Tour Vintge Alicante -Plaza Portal de Elche

It is the most central square of Alicante, an island in the middle of the city. It is surrounded by four enormous Ficus macrophylla, authentic botanical jewels, which are protected by law as their trunks exceed a perimeter of 6 m and a height of 1.30 m from the base. The square was created in the 19th century as a place for water supply and has always been a meeting point.

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Plaza Gabriel Miró

Plaza Gabriel Miró

It is also popularly known as "Plaza de Correos" although in its beginnings it was called "Plaza de las Barcas" because the boats could reach here. In addition to the monument to Gabriel Miró and the fountain of the "Aguadora", work of the Alicante sculptur Vicente Bañuls, its enormous centenary Ficus, catalogued as monumental trees, stand out.

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Monumento Canalejas

Monumento a Canalejas

It is the monument dedicated to José Canalejas y Méndez, a brilliant lawyer and visionary politician. As deputy for Alicante he promoted numerous public works that transformed the city, such as the construction of the Central Market, the expansion of the Port of Alicante and the improvement of the railroad and road network.

Although he was born in Ferrol in 1854, he felt a deep passion for Alicante, which he considered his "second homeland". Canalejas was assassinated in Madrid on November 12, 1912.

The work, created in 1916 by Vicente Bañuls, in stone and bronze, represents the values that Canalejas defended, such as justice, law and progress.

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Paseo Canalejas

Tour Vintge Alicante

Paseo Canalejas was inaugurated in 1893, with an area of 34,000 square meters. It is a green oasis that invites you to stroll and enjoy the fresh air next to the Mediterranean Sea. In addition to its giant ficus macrophylla and palm trees, it houses a series of sculptures of great artistic value, such as "El Niño Flautista" by José Luis Sánchez.

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Puerto deportivo

Puerto deportivo

This port is an irresistible destination for sea and leisure lovers. In its beginnings, it was a commercial port dedicated to the export of agricultural and mineral products. However, starting in the 1970s, the port was transformed into a marina, adapting to the new tourist needs of the city.

The Marina is located in a privileged setting, with panoramic views of the city, the Mediterranean Sea and the lively activity of the port, making it an ideal place to enjoy the scenery, the sea and the social life.

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Paseo Luz de las Estrellas

Tour Vintge Alicante - Paseo Marítimo

Inaugurated in 2023, the Paseo Luz de las Estrellas pays tribute to actors and actresses of Spanish cinema awarded at the Alicante Film Festival. This prestigious festival is held every year in the city and offers a platform to promote Spanish and international cinema, with screenings, round tables, and cultural activities related to the seventh art.

To be able to stroll through this place at sunset or at night is truly magical, and worthy of a movie.

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Casino Mediterráneo

Casino Mediterráneo

Located in a dream location, the Casino Mediterráneo of Alicante, stands majestically in the heart of the marina, with the imposing silhouette of the Castle of Santa Barbara as a backdrop, this casino is an oasis of modernity and entertainment by the sea.

With more than 3,500 square meters of floor space, it stands out for its vibrant and cosmopolitan atmosphere, inviting you to enjoy a unique experience in an elegant and sophisticated environment.

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Hotel Meliá

Hotel Meliá Alicante

The Hotel Meliá Alicante was inaugurated in 1967 and has witnessed the evolution of the city over the years. It has 5 stars and has been renovated several times to adapt to the new needs of the public, but always maintaining its original essence.

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Vista del monte Benacantil y Castillo de Santa Bárbara

Alicante- Vistas desde el castillo

Mount Benacantil, with its imposing height, rises majestically over the city. Its name comes from the Arabic "Banu-l-Qantil", which means "Sons of the Mountain", and it is, without a doubt, one of the symbols of Alicante perfectly recognizable in any photograph. At its summit stands the Castle of Santa Barbara, a fortress dating back to Islamic times and offering spectacular panoramic views of the city, the marina and the surrounding mountains.

One of the most distinctive features of Mount Benacantil is the so-called "Cara del Moro", a rock formation in which many claim to see the profile of a human face looking out to sea. This figure has fascinated locals and visitors for centuries, and has become an integral part of Alicante's identity. Legend has it that this face represents a Moor who, in love with a young Christian maiden, threw himself from the castle when her parents did not accept his forbidden love.

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