easyJet has today announced it will operate flights to Venice in Italy from Liverpool John Lennon Airport (LJLA) later this year, taking the number of routes they operate from Liverpool to 29.
Escape the cold weather this winter with a sun holiday to Alicante! Visiting in winter means you can explore to your hearts content without scorching summer temperatures and busy crowds, perfect for those seeking a relaxing holiday with still plenty to see and do.
#1 Go Sightseeing
We recommend a visit to the Santa Barbara Castle; the main attraction for tourists, located in the centre of Alicante sitting high up on a hill overlooking the city.
#2 Visit the Beach
With an average temperature of around 13 °C in Alicante in winter, a swim in the sea is probably off the cards! But that’s not to say a trip to the beach for a relaxing stroll should go a miss as you take in the refreshing breeze, crushing waves and sunshine.
#3 Go Shopping
Head to the Promenade Explanada de España for a spot of shopping and a coffee.
#4 Eat Out
One of the best things about Alicante is that it’s a vibrant city with plenty of restaurants and bars open all-year-round. Visit a tapas bar for some traditional Spanish cuisine and winter will soon be forgotten.
#5 Experience the Mercado Central
Mercado Central is a historic central market packed with almost every butcher and fish monger in town. It’s a lively place with a great atmosphere and is best visited during breakfast time.
#6 Dance the Night Away
One of the best nightlife spots in Alicante is El Barrio Antiguo (the Old District), rimmed with popular street-side bars and night clubs guaranteed to keep you busy all night long! If you’re looking for live music we recommend Café Loft on Muchavista Beach.
Book your winter getaway to Alicante today and find the best flights from LJLA here.
Short break specialist Super Break has announced that they are to operate one of their ‘Incredible Iceland’ short break holidays from Liverpool John Lennon Airport (LJLA) in February 2018.
Liverpool John Lennon Airport (LJLA) has welcomed the news that the Government are seeking views on the content of their new aviation strategy that has been published today.