It is located in the southeast of Spain, in the south of the Comunidad Valenciana. The province is identified with the Costa Blanca tourist brand. It has a typical Mediterranean landscape with beaches interspersed with mountainous terrain.

In the province there are up to ten festivals declared to be of International Tourist Interest: in Alicante, the Bonfires of San Juan; in Torrevieja, the International Habaneras and Polyphonic Contest; the Moors & Christians in Villajoyosa, Alcoy and Crevillente; Holy Week in Crevillente and Orihuela; the Fira de Tots Sants in Cocentaina; and the Mystery of Elche and the Palm Sunday Procession in the city of Elche. 

Costa Blanca

Sea views and sunshine are commonplace on the Costa Blanca, as is strolling with the murmur of the Mediterranean in the background and the sea breeze brushing your face. 

In Costa Blanca in Alicante (Comunidad Valenciana) you can enjoy the Mediterranean and the sun while you stay in comfortable resorts or enjoy its haute cuisine in Michelin-starred restaurants. You can do it in charming seaside towns, in quiet coves, in cities with great beaches and seaside avenues, in escapes to the inland nature…

A bit of History

Alicante has an abundance of archaeological sites, many of which belong to the Mediterranean Arc of the Iberian Peninsula, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.

Much to Offer

The federated centres located in Alicante are in different localities: Elche, Dénia and Alicante city. 

You can find an endless number of activities to do in these unique enclaves with our teachers. 


Discover Our Federated Schools

FEDELE has federated schools in Alicante, Elche and Denia.

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Free Tours

Alicante offers a wide range of options when it comes to visiting the city for free.


The Comunidad Valenciana is famous for its gastronomy. Here are its most recommended restaurants:

Magia in their Coasts

Alicante has a treasure on its shores: magical sand and beautiful coasts await you on your visit.