There are many and varied monuments that you can find in the geography of Alicante.
We will try to summarize those that we consider most important, and in our opinion deserve special attention:
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– Uninhabited Moorish of l’Atzuvieta
In the north of the interior of the province of Alicante, very close to the province of Valencia and in a beautiful area for its landscapes, we find l’Atzuvieta. It is the best preserved Moorish depopulated of the Valencian Community, being also in this locality the birthplace of the leader Al-Azraq, the Arab who dared to revolt against Jaime I. With the expulsion of the Moors l’Atzuvieta was later occupied by repopulators Christians until finally abandoned in the eighteenth century.
– Archaeological Site the Tossal of Manises
Ibero-Roman city located in the Albufereta area of Alicante.
C/ Zeus, s/n. Tfno: 96.514.90.00/ 96.526.24.34.
They offer guided tours in both winter and summer. More information at
-Torres de la Huerta
Along the coastal zone that surrounds Alicante, between the beach of San Juan and the Albufereta there are numerous lookout towers that were built between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries because of the threat posed by the Berber pirates.
Some are immersed in commercial centers, such as Torre Mauro, Ansaldo avenue, another such as Torre Rejas, very well preserved and nowadays converted into a prestigious restaurant, Torre Ferrer, a municipal property, located on Calle Liica Calderón Or the towers of Conde or Mitja Lliura, of private ownership. Some of them restored and others pending restoration, Torres de la Huerta make up a score of watchtowers that form part of that heritage of Alicante that must last.
More information about Monuments and Museums of Alicante in the following section http://visitaalicante.com/ciudad-de-alicante/