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Representation in Alicante

The law firm Castillo - González & Kollegen also represents you in all matters in Alicante Spain. For us, qualified and competent advice and representation in Spanish and German law means that we as German lawyers and Spanish Abogados always represent your request with the necessary specialist knowledge.

General information about Alicante !

Culture and nature, gardens and parks, nightlife and family life, Spanish temperament and tranquility: the port city of Alicante has all this and much more to offer. It is the capital of the Costa Blanca, its strength lies in its diversity. The port is a little the gateway to the outside world thanks to ferry connections to the Balearic Islands, as well as a yacht club and sports boats. The port area of ? Alicante is a popular meeting place, especially in the evening: bars and pubs, restaurants, pubs, cafés and discos invite you to visit. The inhabitants of the city and its area live from viticulture, fruit growing, olive oil and honey production, which in turn affects the landscape.

Alicante (Costa Blanca) information:

The best way to buy the local products is at the large weekly market, which is located near the bullring. The atmosphere of the markets and the market hall (open on working days from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.) convey a piece of Spanish lifestyle to guests from near and far. A detour here is recommended to guests, it will be an experience for all the senses. The restaurants mainly offer Spanish cuisine that delights body and soul and offers many surprises in addition to paella. For a visit to the beach, the visitor to Alicante is spoiled for choice: San Juan beach is very well known. It is located on the northern outskirts of the city and extends with its fine sand over three kilometers to the Cabo de Huertas. This is where the Albufereta beach joins. The harbor and its promenade delight vacationers large and small every day. South of it is the Saladar beach, especially popular with families.

But in Alicante you can not only spend a holiday on the beach, history is omnipresent and lives on in old walls: the castle of Santa Bárbara also offers a wonderful view. A visit to the castle of San Fernando and many other interesting ruins is also worthwhile. We recommend visiting one of the numerous museums, for example the Archaeological Museum, the Museum Collecion Capa, the Nativity Museum, the Municipal Museum Casa de la Asegurada and many more. Information about this and more is available at the information center at Rambla Méndez Núnez No. 23. The magnificent facade of the town hall is pretty to look at. The churches of Alicante are also worth seeing: the cathedral of San Nicolás de Bari, the monastery of Santa Faz and the church of St. Maria. After a visit there you can relax in one of the parks, one of the most beautiful is the El Palmeral park with lakes and children's playgrounds, beautiful walks and a magical palm garden. It is also worth strolling along the Esplanada de Espana promenade. It consists of about 6.5 million marble stones and receives an exotic flair from the palm trees growing there.

The Costa Blanca is an approximately 150 km long stretch of coast in the Spanish province of Alicante. The white coast runs between Cabo de la Nao and Cabo de Palos. The Costa Blanca owes its name to the traditional white painting of the houses and the beaches, which appear almost white due to the fascinating play of lights. In addition to the numerous tourist destinations, the coast impresses with its pristine mountains, fertile valleys and dreamy villages.

The Castillo de Santa Barbara castle towers over the provincial capital Alicante. The jewel of the place is the promenade lined with palm trees. The processing of several million pieces of marble makes it one of the most beautiful promenades in Spain. Park El Palmeral is a green oasis of peace and relaxation. Between lakes, playgrounds and rest areas you can enjoy a fantastic view of the Bay of Alcante. The city also offers the perfect setting for shopping tours. A large weekly market is held near the bullring, and several market halls offer fresh regional products for sale. You should definitely try turron, a delicacy made from almonds, nougat, nuts and honey. With Playa de San Juan, water lovers and sun worshipers will find a five-kilometer-long sandy beach with perfect infrastructure. A boat tour to Tabarca is also recommended. In the former pirate hideout, it is worth visiting the old fortifications and weirs. Nestled between the mountains and the sea lies the fishing village of Moraira, which is considered a coveted retirement home for wealthy Europeans. The fish market has remained a tradition; the rich catch is auctioned off daily from 9:30 a.m.

The Penyal dl fal, an imposing rock and landmark of the holiday resort of Calpe, is visible from afar. The 332 meter high summit can be climbed on a hiking trail. Another attraction of the place are salt lakes, where countless flamingos are at home. The Queen's baths are also worth a visit. Although it is not entirely believed in the legend, the six pools that were built in the 5th century can be attributed to fish farming rather than a manorial bathing experience. Benidorm can be called Manhattan of the Costa Blanca. The tourist center has the highest density of skyscrapers worldwide. With the Terra Miticia, tourists will find one of the largest adventure parks in Europe. Daring people should head for the safari park in Vergel and get in touch with lions, tigers or jaguars. The animals of the steppe present themselves in large outdoor enclosures, which you can cross by car. Less adventurous will enjoy the parrot or sea lion show and can ride the offspring riding a dromedary or watching go karting.

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We also represent you with your concerns and interests in other European countries. Our qualified and competent advice and representation in Spanish and German law means for us that we as German lawyers and Spanish Abogados represent your concerns in Alicante. And always with the necessary persistence and the necessary specialist knowledge and competence. Simply contact us and simply describe your concerns or interests to us.



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