The flight between London and Alicante in Spain takes around two and a half hours, leaving from either Stansted or Gatwick airport. There are around five airlines offering regular flights to Alicante from London and you can search for a cheap flight from London -Alicante online to check out your options. The main airlines serving the London - Alicante route are British Airways, Ryan Air, Easy Jet, Monarch and Norwegian Air. The majority of London - Alicante flights are direct, although some make stopovers in other Euopean cities. Be warned though - this option will add several hours to your flight and doesn't offer any reduction in cost for a cheap flight from London -Alicante. The transfer time between Alicante Airport and the city centre is between 20 and 40 minutes depending how you travel. A taxi will cost in the region of 15 euros (£13). The C6 bus is cheaper but will take longer.
To travel between London and Alicante at a low cost, Easyvoyage provides two major pieces of information: the calendar and the price history for London - Alicante flights. These elements will allow you to analyse the cheapest London - Alicante flights by departure date.
Buses leave central Alicante regularly for this beautiful fortified village in the Aitana mountains. Entrance to the château and castle is around 3 euros (£2.50) - a small price to pay in order to soak up the history and stunning views. Once you've been to the castle enjoy a wander around the local shops or a bite to eat in one of the well-regarded restaurants.2 Santa Maria Church
The oldest church in Alicante city, Santa Maria Church in Plaza Santa Maria was built in the 13th Century in a Gothic style. Architecture fans will appreciate the Baroque façade and art aficionados will want to see the image of the Virgin Mary carved by sculptor Juan Bautista Borja.3 Guardamar Beach
Guardamar Beach is one of the longest largest stretches of beach on the Costa Blanca. With golden sands and plenty of cafes and restaurants, the beach is popular, so can can get crowded in peak season. Watch out for warning signs though as jellyfish can be a problem.4 Karting Alacant
Located on the outskirts of Alicante but easily accessible by car, this race track offers a fun day out for all the family. The staff are friendly and prices are good value compared to similar attractions. With a large choice of Go-Kart style vehicles available, drivers of a range of ages and abilities can take part.5 Museo de Bellas Artes Gravina (MUBAG)
The MUBAG museum is located on Calle Gravina and stands within the 18th Century Gravina Palace. The beautiful four-floored building was once the home of the Count of Lumiares. Exhibits on display include works created in Alicante from the Middle Ages to the early 20th Century.