Palmeral of Alicante

Places and routes | 4 nov. 2014

The Palmeral of Alicante is one of the most beautiful parks of the city. This artificial paradise is placed in front of the Mediterranean Sea. It’s an amazing landscape located in Alicante south. If you visit this park you can take a walk around the artificial river, the lake and spectacular waterfalls surrounded by native and tropical vegetation. Also you can practice a variety of activities in sports areas and playgrounds. Then also you can take a snack in the picnic area or kiosk. The palmeral is an ideal place to have a funny day with your children.

 

 

Palmeral de Alicante

Palmeral of Alicante. By alicanteout.com

 

 

We suggest you to walking or running by the amazing routes of the park. It’s composed of an artificial salt river with wood bridges and beautiful waterfalls. You can cross the lagoon with a rowing boat too.

 

 

Palmeral of Alicante

Waterfalls. By alicantevivo.org

 

 

Also you can practice a variety of activities with your children as swing, zip-line, five-a-side football, chess, boules, cycling in a BMX circuit and rowing in the lagoon boats.

 

 

Lago del Palmeral de Alicante

Lagoon. By alicante.es

 

 

If you will go to the Palmeral of Alicante with your children on Sunday we suggest you to visit the Templete. It’s an outdoor theatre where you can see free performances.

 

 

Palmeral de Alicante

Vegetatation. By alicantevivo.org

 

 

There are a great variety of vegetation as palm trees, olive trees, cypress, lantana, hibiscus and abutilon.

 

 

El Palmeral de Alicante

Palmeral of Alicante. By alicante.es

 

 

The Palmeral of Alicante is a beautiful place with amazing views to the Mediterranean Sea.

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