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Alicante, the real Spain and is a must for your 2011 Summer Holidays
There are many things to do in Alicante other than just the beaches, the rich history and diversity of Spain opens up when you go a little offshore
By: W Gross
To get a sense of the rich history of Alicante and breathtaking views of the coast, you should make the trip up to Santa Barbara Castle. This castle everything you could wish for, a Palace, Cannons, a Moat, Dungeons and plenty of places where scorching hot oil was thrown over attacking marauders. Built by the Moors in the 10th century, and extended and modified over the years, the castle. So if you are think of Spain for your next break please visit http://www.myholidayrental.com
Alicante Marina is really the place to be seen there are boats there that cost more to fill with fuel than a 1000 cars would use in a year, but don’t worry the restaurants are very down to earth and will suit all our pockets, selling outstanding fresh seafood and other conventional meals such as tapas. Alicante Marina is also a good place to go and dream about owning one of those super yachts and also for a drink and party evening.
But for some real fun and a fantastic day out, you can rent a Segway, definitely number one on the top list of 'things to do' in Alicante. A Segway as we know is a two wheel electronic scooter that you stand up on, and ride along the pavement. On a hot and sunny day the breeze generated by the motion of the Segway is very welcoming. You all get to drive your own Segway, the tour guide teaches you how to, and then off you go in convoy throughout the city of Alicante seeing the sights in a few hours. If you think your next holiday is going to be Alicante visit http://www.myholidayrental.com/
You can go for a very pleasant walk along the Explanada de España, Postiguet beach and around the modern Port area which has many bars and cafes. Just a few kilometres away from the centre, connected by the new tram network which leaves from Postiguet beach, you can enjoy a walk on San Juan Beach which is over 4 miles long.
Stroll through the market after lunch. Located just behind the marina in the tree lined promenade it is a great way to walk off your meal. The market sells various products, ranging from jewellery, dream catchers, leathers bags and belts, South American drums and the usual selection of holiday trinkets that, well you can find in any holiday destination but still fun for the wife.
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