Platja del Postiguet

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The Postiguet beach is located in Alicante's metropolitan area, next to the harbor and at the base of the Santa Barbara castle. It is one of the best well-liked gathering spots for Alicante residents. Everyone in the city seemed to congregate at this location when the temperature rises.

Anyone who travels to Alicante understands how enjoyable the sea is right in the middle of the city. Its exceptionally shallow, tranquil, warm, clear seas and fine golden sand are perfect any time of the year. A destination for celebration, entertainment, and leisure is Postiguet.

Being able to access Postiguet beach at any time of day is a true luxury for the people. Almost the entire year, the area experiences pleasant weather, which promotes tourism. One of its many benefits is that Postiguet Beach is easily accessible from the center via tram or on foot.

How to explore Platja del Postiguet?

  • The entire family can enjoy the nearly 900-meter stretch of this urban beach. The Postiguet's blue flag-designated waters, which are tranquil and clean, are perfect for families with young children to enjoy.
  • You may always take a break, stroll along the promenade, or descend to the sand and soak your feet in the water at the shore.
  • This neighborhood is one of the most popular in the city because of its vibrant nightlife. Attend one of the beach parties to feel the vibe!
  • During the San Juan Bonfire Festival, fireworks are launched from Cocó beach, which is located at the eastern end of the beach close to La Marina station and the Vistahermosa area.
  • Additionally, there is a playground for kids, a dining area, and refreshment stands where you can eat, drink, or get ice cream.
  • There are places there where you may enjoy sports like beach volleyball.
  • You will also notice a Spanish ship from the 18th century here among the sailing boats and ships of every kind. It is a replica of the Santissima Trinidad, a ship that set sail from Havana in 1769 and eventually sank at the Battle of Trafalgar. Today, it houses a restaurant, a number of lounges, and a museum where you can find out more about its past.

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    3 hours

Address of Platja del Postiguet

Cami de Manresa, Platja de Sant Joan, 03002 Alicante Spain

Opening & Closing time of Platja del Postiguet

  • Monday
    Open 24 Hours
  • Tuesday
    Open 24 Hours
  • Wednesday
    Open 24 Hours
  • Thursday
    Open 24 Hours
  • Friday
    Open 24 Hours
  • Saturday
    Open 24 Hours
  • Sunday
    Open 24 Hours

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