Hundreds of years ago, the fishermen used to come to this beach to catch tuna. They used an ancient arabic technique and this is where the name of this beach comes from.
Next to the sailing club and with a lovely generations-old beach bar (you have to try the sardines and squid, fantastic!) this little beach has one of the few working wooden walkways remaining in the province.
10 minutes by bus from the city center, this beach is a great place to chill out at night, when temperatures are still high: fishing, family picnics and the unmissable Noche de San Juan, on June 23rd, when Alicantinos make bonfires, write their wishes on a piece of paper and burn them in the flamesRead More
In 1986, the Housemartins sang “Every woman, every man join the caravan of love” and a caravan on Albufereta beach was the love nest the Australian cangaroo breeder Richard Abbott-Griffiths and his wife Claire Greenfield chose for their honeymoon back in 1955, when tourism hardly existed in Spain.
This area is famous for its archaelogical sites while this beautiful crescent shaped beach runs for 0,5 km, has a full range of services and can be accessed both by bus and tram from Alicante in less than 10 minutes.
Albufereta is connected with Almadrava beach through a lovely restored wooden walkway which is one of the very few of its kind in the province.Read More