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Hiring a car from Alicante airport

The fiesta starts right here, at Alicante airport. The bright, buzzing and welcoming Spanish city has been attracting tourists in their droves for decades, so pick up your hire care at Alicante for beaches, handsome towns and mountains galore. Book car hire Alicante airport Alicante airport Q&A
Where are the car hire desks?

Helpfully positioned next to the exit door of the arrivals hall, while cars are parked just a three-minute walk from the arrivals building.

What should I buy at duty free?

Offer your friends at home something a little different and pick up a bottle of horchata de chufas. Originally introduced by the Moors, it is a sweetly refreshing concoction made with tiger nuts, water and sugar.

Are there any cashpoints?

Yes, the airport has several cashpoints as well as a bureau de change if you've brought sterling with you. There's also a post office in the terminal building.

Where's the best place to eat?

Plantaciones and Autoservicio Mediterráneo serve up tasty, good value regional Spanish dishes. If you fancy scooping up a decadent dessert, head to the Häagen-Dazs café.

The secret tip

Still not booked a hotel? Or looking for somewhere for that perfect first-night dinner? For inspiration and advice, head to the Valencia Tourism Agency, tucked away on the terminal's lower floor.

The big draw: Alicante airport

Distance: 13 miles

Mile upon mile of sandy beaches, glorious weather, gently lapping waves and a plethora of restaurants, shops and bars, it's no wonder the Costa Blanca is a haven for holidaymakers, with Benidorm in particular enticing sun-seekers year after year. Look a little beyond the shoreline and you'll discover some unexpected, more peaceful surprises, including a castle at Guadalest and Fuentes de Algar natural park.

The big draw: Alicante airport

Distance: 13 miles

Mile upon mile of sandy beaches, glorious weather, gently lapping waves and a plethora of restaurants, shops and bars, it's no wonder the Costa Blanca is a haven for holidaymakers, with Benidorm in particular enticing sun-seekers year after year. Look a little beyond the shoreline and you'll discover some unexpected, more peaceful surprises, including a castle at Guadalest and Fuentes de Algar natural park.