Alicante Turibus

Alicante Turibus
One of the easiest ways to get to know the beautiful city of Alicante is on Alicante’s very own tourist bus. Started in 2007, the Alicante Tourist Bus, or the Alicante Turibus as it is known, is great for getting around Alicante quickly and seeing as much of this beautiful city as possible during your stay.

Alicante Turibus –
Sightseeing In Alicante
Running
every 60 minutes, the Alicante Turibus is the easiest way of getting to know Alicante. With the Alicante Turibus you can get on and off as many times as you like during the day and with multilingual audio in 6 different languages you can be sure not to miss out on anything Alicante has to offer!

Prices Of The Alicante Turibus – Alicante Tourist Bus
With full day prices of just €5 for children (4-12 years) and €10 for adults (€7 for pensioners), the Alicante Turibus is a very cost effective way of discovering all that Alicante has to offer people on holiday in Alicante. The Alicante Turibus runs 7 days a week (from 1st June – 30th Sept) from 10:00 – 19:00 and 6 days a week (Tuesdays to Sundays) from end of March – start of June from 10:00 – 18:00 and again from end of September to start of December.

Alicante Turibus Stops – Alicante Tourist Bus
The Alicante Turibus has 10 stops throughout Alicante, allowing the visitor to hop on and off at various points of interest in Alicante. They are :

Situated next to one of the best beaches in Alicante, Postiguet, is where the first stop is for the Alicante Turibus.

MARQ – The Archaeological Museum in Alicante
The famous Archaeological Museum in Alicante houses many exhibitions and catalogues of the vast and diverse history of Alicante.

Santa Barbara Castle – Alicante
Alicante’s most famous castle which dominates the Alicante skyline and is one of Europe’s largest medieval fortresses and completely covers the top of the Mount Benacantil. Here is more information on Santa Barbara castle

Central Market – Alicante
Back on the bus to the Mercado Central, or Central Market in Alicante which is huge 2 floor, typical Spanish market bursting with local produce. Fish and meat on one floor and fruit and vegetables on the other, it is also air-conditioned during the hot summers in Alicante! In addition, behind the Mercado Central in Alicante is a casual square full of flower sellers – an ideal place to take a rest, have a coffee and people watch!

Plaza de los Luceros – Alicante
The Plaza de los Luceros is one of Alicante’s most famous plazas. Designed by Daniel Banuls, the circular plaza with a dramatic fountain as a centrepiece, contains four white horses and is beautifully lit as night falls in Alicante.

Avda Frederico Soto. El Corte Ingles – Alicante
El Corte Ingles is Spain’s only department store chain and, as such is well worth a visit. The one on Avda Frederico Soto has 7 floors of outlets selling electronics, bathroom furniture, lamps, bedroom furniture, towels, sheets etc, home wears and furnishings books, CD’s etc.

Avda Maisonnave. El Corte Ingles – Alicante
This branch of El Corte Ingles has 10 floors selling clothing, fashion, baby equipment, jewellery, travel and sports equipment and houses a giant supermarket on the Lower Ground Floor . Again, shop till you drop in Alicante!

Avda Oscar Espla
Another great avenue in Alicante for shopping and having lunch in the Alicante sun in one of the many café’s and restaurants.

Avda Conde Vallellano
Another super avenue in Alicante to take a walk, looking at the various shops or for a spot of lunch.

Cruise Port – Alicante
The final stop of the Turibus in Alicante is at the Cruise Port back near Alicante Marina and Postiguet beach. Alicante is becoming more and more popular as a stop off port for cruise ships.
So when on holiday in Alicante, rememeber to use the Alicante Turibus to see the most that Alicante has to offer! Have a look at our full portfolio of holiday villas in and holiday apartments in Alicante today!