Alicante is a town located in the Southeast of Spain and a gateway to Costa Blanca. The city is known for its historical sites, incredible beaches, and beautiful harbor. With over 100k visitors yearly, it is one of Spain's most popular and rapidly growing cruise destinations.
The Alicante Cruise Port boasts a 700-meter total berthing line, accommodating up to two large cruise ships. With its terminal the cruise port can easily handle homeporting or interporting operations. Due to its proximity to the city centre—just 1 km—the cruise port makes city attractions easily accessible to passengers.
The Port has gone through a multimillion-euro investment by the Port Authority that has significantly enhanced the port and the surrounding area, integrating it into the wider waterfront and city. As part of the concession agreement, Global Ports Holding plans to invest up to Euro 2m into refurbishing and modernizing the cruise terminal.
Alicante is one of the most popular tourist destinations on the east coast of Spain and is situated in the center of the Costa Blanca. Part of the appeal of this lovely harbor city, located at the foot of the Castle of Santa Barbara, a silent witness to the numerous civilizations that have settled here, is its rich culture and the tranquil waters of the Mediterranean Sea.