Located south of the Valencian Community, the city of Alicante is right in the center of the Mediterranean Spanish Arch. With a population of 315,000 inhabitants and a municipal area of 201 km2, it is the second most important city of the Valencian Community, and the capital of the province bearing its same name.
Its status as a city bathed by the Mediterranean gives it a privileged climate
, characterized by soft winters and warm summers, with an annual average temperature above 18ºC, little temperature contrast and about 3,000 hours of sunlight a year.
The city of Alicante is a pleasant capital with large, well attended beaches and a historical center of a particularly lively atmosphere. Alicante is a clear exponent of the Mediterranean city: dynamic and open to the world, with a vitality that characterizes it inhabitants, always open to a visitor, who will not feel like a stranger for a second.
Alicante: central point of the Spanish Mediterranean Arch.
Latitude: 38º 20´ 43´´
Longitude: 0º 28´59´´ W
Altitude: 3 meters above sea level.