Colegio San Roque Alicante
Calle Villavieja, s/n (casi\Calle Virgen del Socorro)
03002 Alicante, Spain
* Information- Stand before and during the concerts at the Town Hall Square
( next to the stage ).
Contact info for Festival and course
General Secretary :
(+34) 685 551 049 (Available for WhatsApp)
Rudi Korp (Artistic Director): (+34) 696 712 937
Nury Guarnaschelli (Executive Director): (+34) 658 575 136
Map Alicante city ( around the festival places).
Alicante City is famous for its miles of soft sandy beaches and breathtaking mountains, excellent weather, palm trees and attractions; it is a starting point to many destinations in the Costa Blanca. Don’t miss a visit to this city of contrasts.
Alicante Spain offers the life style that includes everything you need, but it is small enough to make it easy to get from one place to another.
With a population of just 300,000 Alicante is a major travel destination for many European tourists. Over the years this has injected a cosmopolitan feel to the city, while retaining much of its traditional culture. There are so many things to do in Alicante, many fantastic places to visit: museums, historical buildings, miles of beaches, nearby towns, night entertainment, etc. Not to mention the fantastic all year round weather We would love to share with you. Both the city and the beach are absolutely beautiful. The city itself has a very resort feel to it.
Alicante is a city with over 3000 years of history, as revealed by the earliest archaeological remains found at the Cova del Fum cave in Fontcalent, which date from the third millennium BC. The earliest inhabited settlements were found on the hillside of Mount Benacantil, where there is believed to have been an Iberian population. The earliest town as such dates back to the 4th century BC which is when Tossal de Manises, first became home to the Ibero-Roman colony of Lucentum.
Restaurants in the city
Known for its classical Mediterranean cuisine and simple Spanish dishes, restaurants and dining venues in Alicante are popular with both visitors and locals.