If you have already visited the wide range of landscapes, culture and leisure offered by Santa Pola and the Island of Tabarca and want to expand your knowledge of the province of Alicante, we encourage you to make a series of routes that will not leave you indifferent. Our visitors can not miss the opportunity to know in depth the cultural, social and gastronomic richness of this province. This is the purpose of the cultural routes, to catch the deepest of the Mediterranean feeling through unavoidable crossing points.
The Route of the Castles is a historical and cultural itinerary that invites you to visit some of the most representative forts of the province of Alicante, most of them located in the Vinalopó region.
Enjoy the winemaking tradition of the province of Alicante. Let yourself be captivated by the wine wealth through visits to historic wineries and wine tasting with the identity of the territory.
For lovers of haute cuisine, the White Thing is a small paradise.
Dacosta Restaurant: Chef Quique Dacosta one of the best chefs on an international level. Three stars in the prestigious Michelin Guide recognize and support each of the lines that Quique Dacosta has created so far in his professional career. He bases his proposal on sensory experiences, personal treatment, hospitality and the ability to create a comfortable atmosphere, always supported by the best raw materials from the land and sea of Alicante.
Monastrell Restaurant in Alicante: Chef María José San Román. Cuisine that combines innovation with a Mediterranean touch in its recipes, recognized for the quality of its products and the use of local ingredients. A Michelin Star
Restaurant La Finca de Elche: Chef Susi Díaz. José Mª García and Susi Díaz run this restaurant with the utmost attention to detail and a permanent innovative spirit. Kitchen in constant evolution where the clean and light flavors prevail that enhance the purity of the product. Recognized with a Michelin Star.
Other restaurants with Michelin Star; BonAmb in Jávea, Alfonso House in Dehesa de Campoamor, Pepa House in Ondara and L'Escaleta in Cocentaina.