Flights from Liverpool to Alicante
If you’re thinking of heading south for some Spanish sunshine, check out our cheap flights from Liverpool to Alicante, and start planning the holiday of a lifetime! Alicante and the Costa Blanca is one of the UK’s favourite European holiday destinations, and you can get there for less with Ryanair.
Liverpool John Lennon Airport is a busy airport serving Liverpool and North West England, and Liverpool to Alicante flights are one of its most popular routes. If you’re driving to the airport for your flight, you can get to the airport via a number of major motorways. There is ample parking at the airport; with both short and long term available.
Travelling by bus or train is similarly easy – regular public transport tickets are valid for travel by bus between the airport and the city, and trains run to a number of stations just 2/3 miles from the terminals (shuttles run regularly). There are numerous coach services linking the airport with urban areas surrounding it.
Once you’ve checked in:
There’s plenty to keep you busy and refreshed while you wait for your Liverpool to Alicante cheap flights to board. John Lennon Airport has a great selection of shops in the departures hall, with everything from World Duty Free to JD sports there for you to browse. If you want to grab a bite before the flight, you can opt for anything from some good old fast food at Burger King to a plate of pasta or a steak dinner at Frankie and Benny’s diner.
For Wi-Fi at Liverpool John Lennon Airport, you can sign up to The Cloud and get connected that way. If you want a faster private connection, there are pay-as-you-go kiosks available.
What to Expect on Arrival in Alicante:
When your flights to Alicante from Liverpool touch down on Spanish soil, you’ve reached the doorstep of the Costa Blanca. Alicante airport is a busy one, with flights from Liverpool to Alicante being a popular route. There are lots of ways to get from the terminal to your hotel, depending on what you need.
Alicante airport is well connected, with Bus and TRAM services running that will get you to the holiday resort of your choice relatively cheaply. Many people who book flights from Liverpool to Alicante decide to opt for car hire from Alicante airport, which is particularly suitable for anyone going on a family holiday with lots of luggage – it also offers freedom to travel around the area that public transport can’t match.
The city of Alicante itself might not have been on your itinerary, however it is a truly lovely little city, and a charming place to visit even for an afternoon before you hit the strips, hotels and beaches of the Costa Blanca. Visit the imposing and beautiful Santa Barbara castle high up on a hillside, stroll along the city’s idyllic promenade in the shade of tall palm trees, have an unforgettable lunch in one of Alicante’s fabulous restaurant… there’s plenty for you to discover in a day.
However if we were to hazard a guess, we’d say you’ve flown to the Costa Blanca because you want sunshine and sangria, sea and sand, waterparks and all night bars… and Alicante certainly has everything you could ask for from a sun holiday on the Mediterranean coast…
There are multiple excellent tourist resort towns within a short drive of Alicante airport, so have a look at what’s out there – whether you want family-friendly fun or a week-long rave, you’ll find it the resort that suits you. Once you know where to go, just take a look on Ryanair Rooms and get credit back towards flights on any hotel bookings you make!
Five fast facts about Alicante:
- 6.6 million marble tiles pave the city’s Explanada de Espana
- Alicante is where tapas was born!
- The area around Alicante produces over 115,000 tonnes of rice every year
- Benidorm was Spain’s first ever package holiday resort
- The name ‘Costa Blanca’ was dreamt up by a marketing team in Britain to attract tourists to the region.
Fly Liverpool to Alicante: Practical Information
Liverpool to Alicante flight time is under 3 hours.
Spain’s currency is the Euro, so traveling from Liverpool you may need to exchange cash, or alternatively withdraw Euros when you get to your destination.