Physical map of Alicante province The province is mountainous, especially in the north and midwest, whereas it is mostly flat to the south, in the Vega Baja del Segura area; the most elevated points in the province are Aitana (1,558 m), Puig Campana (1,410 m), Montcabrer (1,389 m), Carrascar de la Font Roja (1,354 m), Maigmó (1,296 m), Serra ...
Alicante had fostered strong links with Oran in the past, and a notable share of the population of the latter city during the French colonial period had ancestry in the province of Alicante. The immigration process accelerated after the independence of Algeria in 1962.
Alacant (Spanish: Alicante) province is the fifth largest Spanish province by population with 1,750,000, and the second largest in the Valencian Community. It is on the south-east Mediterranean coast and the capital is the city of Alicante, a sea- port with a University. It is a commercial city with monuments like Sainte Barbra Castle.
Module:Location map/data/Spain Province of Alicante is a location map definition used to overlay markers and labels on an equirectangular projection map of Province of Alicante. The markers are placed by latitude and longitude coordinates on the default map or a similar map image.
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Alicante (Spaingie: ) or Alacant (Valencian: ) is a province o eastren Spain, in the soothren pairt o the Valencie Commonty. It is bordered bi the provinces o Murcie on the soothwast, Albacete on the wast, Valencia on the north, an the Mediterranean Sea on the east. The province is namit efter its caipital, the ceety o Alicante.
A map of Spain's provinces labelled with Spanish (Castilian)-language names. The table below lists the provinces of Spain. For each, the capital city is given, together with an indication of the autonomous community to which it belongs and a link to a list of municipalities in the province.
Dénia (Valencian: ; Spanish: Denia), is a historical coastal city in the province of Alicante, Spain, on the Costa Blanca halfway between Alicante and Valencia, and the capital and judicial seat of the comarca of Marina Alta.
Today it is known for its hotel industry, beaches and skyscrapers and receives as many tourists from abroad as from Spain. According to the 2014 census, Benidorm has a permanent population of 69,010 inhabitants, making it the fifth-most populous town in the Alicante province and the ninth in Valencian Community.
The Alicante–Elche Airport, the fifth-busiest in Spain is located in the municipality of Elche, around 10 kilometres (6.2 miles) east from the city centre. The Autopista AP-7 serves the outskirts of the city, and the railway linking Alicante and Murcia del Carmen runs through a tunnel underneath the city, with two underground stations; Elche ...